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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: August 30, 1935
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00035
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOUJME XXIH-NUMBER 85. HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING! AUG. 80i 1935._ __ PRICE FIVE CENTS


MAYOR POLICE To Start Loarn-to-Swim Campaign i LACK OF FRUIT INSPECTORS

At Municipal Swimming Pool Here! 'I


FIXED BOLITA Th municipal swimming pool to the regular adult price of admission -I DUE TO SKIS INACTION

_, was reopened Wednesday after a to the peck; jj
ten-day ihut-down to permit thorough A junior life saving course for
cleanings with scrubbing: ; person II years and older win be I
PAIR ASSURED MEANSCHAOS.SHIPPERSSAYDumping
brushes, germicide and fungicidesand conducted daily 1r18:30: to 11.30
.i the application of a coat of a. m. instruction in which will be

... parafflit wax td the floor and side*, fro*, A senior life saving course I :;
to prevent the .accumulation win b* conducted from : /
' lliami' Men Sore Over and to make quick I O.:1: t
alga possible 1:SO p. m for person IT year
Kola of Dupes, "Tell unitary cleaning of the tank older also free of charge other on I"
All" in Court et frequent interval. Foot bath than the price of admission to the I
containing badlllcld have been pool
installed just outside the showers,
Registration for tM swimming
:BIRD FIXES TRIO :and all bthrt mint walk through course and tM two life saving NO I i'1

WITH SENTENCES I the toot bathe tII get to the pool. i courses will take place on Sunday,tI FROM 1
e:01\
i Manager Theodore 1. Bleler an- I Monday and. Tuesday at the pool.
nounced yesterday thjit tb* pool Smaller girl who wish to play
Wood I }
i "Big Shot" Fails to l would be open daily on week day diamond ball are asked by Miss Starts '

:: Check Raid on Negro I from 9 to II :a. m; 1:SO: 6:30*.i j i Betty Murphy FERA recreation I Ship | !,
and from 8 30 to P On
Throw m. : m. director for children to let her at Next
\, Town Sunday U wilt b* open from 1 to the pool or en the diamond ballfield t i
0p. m.The. I II I
;:: Declaring that W. A. Wood, pool will be closed again! TuesdayHorseshoe throwing for tM boys I The lack of

erstwhile employed of t road u.* Saturday for a test and reteit.of I will probably begin tomorrow to the failure
near Homestead Md assured the paraffin Coating: and "touch she said. A Miami park 1* donating to appoint th
Nr; them that M had fined everybody ing up" where necessary, but, it the equipment I rut I
j from the mayor to the police p.kolmaD. .- will reopen Sunday. Tentative tem for tM diamond the authority
a M. H Tinatoy and Eldcn Children under 12 year of age ball tournament tat Miami next spectlori *t
, Goode of Miami pleaded guilty in will be admitted to tilt pool fret week are announced by Miss Mur ped, will : '
"\\\ police court Monday night to their of charge od Tuesday and Friday ptiy a* follows: I I alization *l
e J' part in a bolita throwing Home- mornings until school atarta. A Midgets (not over 12 year of the grapefruit i'
tead's section Friday night leara-to-iwlm will loii ot
negro campaign open age): Matt Ballaro Steve Blond, :
and Implicated Wood as the "big Tueiday A course of tea lessons Jack McMicMel, Jack Sullivan, tervkwed
1 I
if hot" iII! spite of his pie of not to lie given from 9 W 10 tt, m. dally Harr/ Simpson, Richard Btggefs, ao check on F
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guilty and Lawylr 1i{. O. D zeIJWI' starting Tudand lasting Char Conner, n t* Bownr'John testes .l
objection and' motion tot through Friday of the following Ballaro Jas. Sullivan Kenneth make people "
Quash. week, will coat nothing In addition Glenn,Frank BIMlo. I fruit 1m the
. 'L Wood and Tiniley wets eaeb Older boy under 15 yean of No !
L' Sentenced: by Mayor R B. Bird t4pay age): Wm McMlchael, Martial yet keen
a fine of $50 or spend 20 days VACATIONISTSIffiED :I Bishop, Rex Faust Harvey Ru*, Product Co
, ih Jail. Good was given a sen- .Barney< Godwin J. T Godwin Homestead
'' tones of $20 or 20 day Tiniley 2-WEEK Thurman Conner, Clinton Bishop, last night
{,, _....,and Goode paid their fine. Wood PRESCHOOLRULING AttOTt Whitehead Rufus Sullivan, report
? stayed in jail unUl, Tuesday betor to the effect
Emery Deering, Lefty BiendswFrom "I
his tine was paid. parking ,
forty to fifty boy show
Chief of Police Homer Sullivan for Miss !been
up practice daily. Murphy
.I 'iIlId Policeman Dykes said they 114. doo* on the
watched a suspected building in fruit to roll
the quarter Friday night about I H.H.S. Librarian Appointed tries in the J
+( 130; o'clock: and with the aid of ; Math Teacher Harvey ROTES CONSIDER Mr Hives .
f' high-powered binoculars law grapefruit
Wood, Tlnsltfy and Good- enter. Resigns start packing
After | white Wood cam out and PROJECTS THAT Cox: manager
' Monday wt
went off The officers waited awhile With a* tile deadline rus Growers
;1" and then fearful that the for pupil to be back In the state doe the
?41 Other two would escape by a back It they want to start school on, NEED PUSHINGClub ucts Cex, laid \
exit they raided the place and I opening day September 14, vacationist interview ,..
1 caught Tiniley and Good and were returning by the 1 his packing
seized tM bouts paraphernalia. score this! week all over the Red- Members to Attend operation
'When arrested tM two men gave land District Few complaint Intercity Meet Next said lie .J.:0
! their name as C. R. Finley and have been registered in thin seCtion Week in Miami five carloads
: Claude Cunningham respectively against the rule that requires I days.

Policeman Syke said that after both teacher and pupil to be in Resurfacing and ailing of proms Redland,
; tinsley and Good were placed the state of Florida two weeks ready earlier
,
avenue to tM Trail beautification
i' in jail and h* Wa on the street prior to the time they start school. of an early
of the Homestead-Miami highway,
again Wood appeared called him I Mast person seem to realize thatit immediately
of line to
completion a telephone
aside and offered to pay him *o- is merely a precautionary measure December II
Redland Farm Life School and a
.:i much-a-week to permit the operation .II of the Dado school board system ot water control were trees to shed
of a bolita throwing colored against possible spread of Infantile among project suggested as Carter, \ A
't town. Thereupon SykM said, paralysis front germ contracted : worth the Homestead Rotary Growers
lie informed Wood that his com in states where the disease has Club's sponsorship at tM meeting day that ?
In and proceededto bn existent this essence tion hay
r. yanion were Jail! I {
of the club Wednesday noon in
,
take Wood the to mature to I
across street Miss Jessie D Hendershot of 'Legion MIL They wen brought
::1 Join them. I lakeland was appointed librarian but by Frank Skill, Paul Reynolds picking 1 I
told the 'court that M that h* had
Tinsley
and study nail teacher ot Homestead 'and Frank Rue in a program ar-
1 and Good did not com down tot High School at meeting of r'lIefb7 Mr. Rue. Th club fruit and

1,: Bomestead to "operate this game" th> Dad ,County board of publtomrtroctlon \pointed a committee to finest early I
* Until Wood assured them it Wa Wednesday She is the status of the projects menti snipped from
I.' okay that he "had seen Bunny graduate of Emory: University and ed and report to the club at ap-i "Tb
) Bird, the mayor, and everything holds a degree in library science early date so that further that would
J wa taken care or-that ba had Mrs. Cart Field former librarian station may b* given. ard set up in i
',. ,talked it over with Mr. Bird at a will teach English: lit tM high There will be nd meeting of the Mr. Carter
fok r country clubtM school this fruit that Can '
;
precedingthe year Hohustead Rotary Club her next II I requirement :
Jr Wood night The resignation of N. C Harvey week. The club voted to suspend tion; each r
about Sullivan, saidbe
mathematics instructor of the the Wednesday boon meeting at
; did what Bird told him; Tins- I himself and
' Homestead High School wa received Homestead Legion hall and bar
\ ley testified and a* to Syk**, "he early '
with the explanation\ that its member attend the ftlter-clt'l
,Wa just a cop on the corner" and of Clubs to be grower to
he had accepted a better position meeting Rotary .
I le'(Woo ) would have Syke com Mid In Miami next Thursday The, the market"
I maturity.
:
,
( anHomestead luncheon meeting at which attend
. Th witness said that they had ance will be credited will be Mid Mr Carter 1
tried to '"t vr... homestead' tMHight ; the fact that
;'j In tM MeAMster Hotel at 12:15.
brfdr* their arrest, however, TownsendClub Talking movies of the convention
-and tyttuferVed their operation to to Meet SundayThe of Rotary International Mid I THE h
the Last Chsnc. south ot Florida In Mexico City recently will be
CK{,because Syke wa on theirtnJ1.qI"On HomesteadTownsend Club shown at T p. m. in the Mayfalr
Wood.repeated ree- will meet Sunday afternoon at > Theater, to which: all Rotarians Ew.-tMkNl ea.d I i
, Iurt(nee that be bad protection, /clock In the Neva King Cooper and their ladles will be admitted
,. ''insley said the second throwingwas School auditorium,3 E. McCauley free of charge.Arrangements. bate '
T mad Friday Eight in Homestead Townsend vice-president for South haw been mad t -
: but at his and Good* Insistence Dade announces by the total club for someone to MI. 2. .
)\ Wood left to bunt up Syke The Homestead club's recent, be at Legion ban Wednesday nom Aul. 25
'" ,. and Make sure nothing would go drive to Increase Its membenhip to record tM attendance of member .. Aut. 28
\ wrong. to 900, M said more than awe and visiting Rotarians who Au,. :1 _
"When Wood wa brought Into ceeded. Th club now has WO lire unable to attend the meeting AUf sa __..... I
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s' Pap Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, August 30. 1935.


Unbeaten Turner 11---a... .I IE a ..1"r .. b F. F. A. Slaughters $20,000,000 IN 'I )

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Girls Given Close =: !. .t 1urn. f +, .i iM South Miami Team; HOSPITALS TO1BEBIETBYU5. j

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I I q Tex Beats GouldsA !
Shav&byTeXaco 1. "I : : '
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Tot TUnwt Stair these.bad a ...i'90 .. BetaM team taotn Fueka Bakery \ ,

.....- ,........,.-.- -- --- .hi South UtoBi was soundly ft7akaI c.Jbn U.tal,lee '
! I tOWN"w..e.... .. ..... t-... ___ I tnwnead by the Future Tanner DID Signed by Prwident
when a MUM played wWhTeaaea __ .... s" I '1 I.uw\DII, .. x...
ended to a U-U meet a Turn .. J .... team of tile Hotmetead diamond Aug. 12 for More Vet
A o..aT. Ball League by scare el II to 'I MAL'h
a rMAWAl.
favor. .. w 1.aeA 5 __ ads M.. Beds id 29 States a -
resonant an eM-nm epees to 4. shw.r t ea .'.Tr..r. a I in a came played on the Homeatead MI11IOOI OffLY-, ,

1, tile aeeoad fotiiM and three cir- ='iO-= 0"4 'beas e1 'm aa.M1Mastro meld Jut Bl bt Under the previsions of lira J- 1 4 Munclnsal. party oa,
cults made to the third Turner apareatiy ,.> In the girls came that preceded ort.ArwNar.61016
had the ama..... .p. w ....... tile big ativgbter Texans defeated tkIeDc7 appropriation MIL tnacto4 .. a ...".. -' .dMODIIAIT '"
with the awe at U to t. Neither tO.n'lIOto Into law August U with Use Pte I- v.r.. .:: == :=. =

scored fea tha fourth, but, Breaker Wtoa Againevoker r datft .Hn tur souse MM addl- I -
team toes r h .r..14 _
continued \ "U-
Ita winning
Texaco had a fctttln rally to the I streak Tuesday night aid was: II-"e"-- 1.11 1 tioBal accommodations! hospital and and beds domktllary will be'I -- --........
fUtk ttt. netted Ye.n.. .1. Tbb to eats a tar-a.6/.a.
i, world have be tied had MlMM vtctortoua Over Horn, II to 4. i . made available. to iretenuw according p..n .e1 =..rots.k ., ..; 1
acne ** :A five,. rally in tilt second lava eaee SalAmejb ,.
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to General Frank Tithes
Texee* rwa bees canceled betoueheII- ftooker martin to which they AIII.IE. a-I ..... =; .......
a .F.. admlatartrator of TetertiW affair
cam the.Taee eaach added ana to the third and two In ee ee.r5 I' .... .. l i 1 Tba conftroctiMt pro rani WM pr*> d.re toss-

tberuaaer.Tarnett. reputation M an Bdefeated > fifth. -If___ A I'I'.1'1 Is.... I .' pared especially to meat Ute growIng Re aug..a w ,ti.
y la the came which preceded the a5..w ei demand for increased accommodations r. ': tr..rlr.
turn was saved aeJy by LwaoM, 1 e eTwrl. :
I Brooker-Horna go OouMa Crow tor veterans auffcriaf .. ....... w..ra at
the atiMaadaMT playing of thaw an, newest team in the gjarV dta --1. ,.... _....ii.., from mental absents and for the be ... ...... rare III Few poV 5M.x5.555 .
Jortt 8u8tve wh brought to mood ball league, downed the ..... : ..
-- of unsuitable existing
1f1/i replacement = .
nine players with bet three home ,. .. -- .r w
run kit. Icons Cub F to I. 2-1 nsa..or .. A... ark" t, L' faeilitiet. Of the 1300 additional as :
The box scores and aummarica ..
acoMmnodationa and bed then-
la this Bret gun of the after-! follow awe so...,af.............. M, r1l.a.
Dixie woo lip es L 5.H-w5 1.F. fore MIS will be lot mental eaaea
Drug girls
BOOB 1M OW" .. i'- Fe bs r--w
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from UM Icons Caw to the tune! Qrrk7.,A! ata..e A s e ar"Oka N .re ad wra.w The cod total will be approximately ---
at 1* to '. DU. gained a bred to : : eil..a.w '-: I -- $20,000.000 to com about
a went ,.. .egee. =: ::
the far st Inning which WM tae>*ea*| 0 t .r=.. .. ,, _wow__ ..... 1 5. 5. .... .e. e la M wpante. Drojeeta looted tents1y "I
I AN If ...
____ . at "i 1 3 3e I .
ed e* the fame net 4IIL tote (" 0.- .. 1 -., -..4 Ma v to III itataa.
Walker mad two nuesa root far : .t 1 .. r1 =-r.t..:. A : 1 Is.aa..wT ,,' rr: :: :

Din, but muejwlea sir taaananawed i-: : .SM.a 1 i Me .h t. ..._ ,. . 'Grandpa oapplnf\ after lunch Cult......
mat ; : : .a1 Iftew II'
any ouUUuto* ploys If was marine. Iu Father entered res.
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loaded with aeriestoo. I 'ear r s.1 .! ..b..al:5: 5 .I".5 1III .It
the cam WM rc be saw ttttle Willy twisting one .
... r e b Tww oar e Twrb0 a 01 T.rb _.M- I1 11'fur '...6 r -. e I iota. a __ 1 006 a.-a1 5ds.1ruts
of tile old man'i vest buUoo
a I 11-- a a aj .... .. Is S show wi -- TODAY 'J
s tow tutr.A.r 2.! !l
j YAU.'rAa.a: i ie : __ .: .: .: '- _"' ___ '.11.11' a......--at.. 1.-_. It.. 1IMIe._N o e "WIIJ ,- Father whin ered. "Jou1ftUJrtQ1 I == M..llb .. sod. ...... t J.

___l. Fr;;;; to. :. .,,..-aromas. 1..Lo- ad i A.--'-,r.I1401a: : :"Saaa.a. .disturb.. Daddy.Grandpa.M Mid the boy nrracu CBITBU wra ....

. i5 .f ': 5 ra.MM-so : .11 i : ..: : ter.1.Je..a.. M Beall bad W'_ ..,..,,c-*-- ."a.-'''''''" _L --_ .... Tm Teat trying to tuna In on eorne- F..aama Now Yob t

a..ea If.5a .. : i Mot 3 i IMAOM I.1 1 tae aba toe fete beweer. .....'....... It.. A Mite I ..: .......t ... war... VMS different.-Ts.

rte 3 a "-- .ter ._ I t aT.00b :: w1ab.obt l

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e trwa

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r $ 'J'f e In New Fertilizer Law
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.-.- ...-' 1 1 1- a3 i I IM Taste- ____.f1a..._____ __.1 .$....}

are.1: ,.. 3 ILw.1. se .: t 1.1 I.---.,.--....-. ...-. .-..-.-.'steward.. -Ltl..w '
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...sea ; WI" r-_Win la...": .. tilt ..... r -Effective Sept.
00 lb 3 I' ....1 oar be aw..e s. -- .

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H..I. l a LM.a 1 1" e I
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1 1 "'&IIea Some Oat F. r. A. newF1orida
Effective Sept. first the fertilizer law changes the listleg
tow end af I to 1
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t:: .aiiu: .. :.. rArraAnewaoia 1i: t 1sa tor put three a run innlnta across Walton to the Nurseries fourth to of Ammonia to Nitrogen. Alga, Nitrogen is listed in four different "

+r.. ,al.n. :... ..:-.'i:: ... Ua the score and cinched their forms: Nitrate Nitrogen, AnimQni cal Nitrogen Water Soluble Organic ;

mat.-o- game Wednesday right spinet
.Ibe 5' boo ea banes Nitrogen and Water Insoluble Organic Nitrogen. Nitrogen contains
l.TA. a. 0.4 ea e M the Future Fannen by putting two ; ,
4141 1. A. 1.tTa..w wore over "r pl&hones tIIe nViih. :
:=--- wa wna.t- -- The Farmers ailed to seam any about one fifth more Ammonia than the old listing of Ammonia.

)run after the second taafeit.Tuner ,
Out
Walton Edges Funeral Home continued The new law requires, also, that a!) plant foods be listed in whole
to bold tta I a4vague
Row;Rotes WashedOutbyBrookerLbr. wall aa any |(M win over the numbers and no fractions. Therefore the new formulas will be slightly


..L\oQI The DAM6 box totem and summaries different Below is a comparative. table of the new Nitrogen and the old

follow: formulas
Walton Kuraariea. managed to v. v. a. kf feWdtoa *ki b Ammonia :
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Row Monday1NghtbyercoraofStlie
edge cut Fertfliwr 'I etMwrh ik tl
Arm I a .>>mm- < i itt
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half of the aixth pot I 1w./s IIf elima"
Walum-a &=
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the tm on lea when FMtiUnr ... :.* _"..** U CZ I aik. ... -. ,. .' f
failed to scot s to their halt oC the : a i : :-.r a.: : .'
= i i a : i e lf'o N Nitrogen equals 1M'r, Ammonia
aeventh. I --... lit'-. .
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2% Nitrogen equals 2.41% Ammonia
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even-b; 1- m e twahm
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__ .1' 1'1.- 3% Nitrogen equals 3.5% Ammonia
Breaker acored their II rums ra. 53n, ().:5.wsr w- .

II hftt and the Itolea were unableto -Two -. -Idea. ....-.., br. a.ra.wt rn loin, 4% Nitrogen equals 4.88% Ammonia
tNt at their five .. .
aqueeaa a tally 4lees.. li nradl art t t*

a m.awl awe .......w Wrebw itwo. 5% Nitrogen equals 6.10% Ammonia
and nunmarteifoUow
Tha box aoorea

: .. .k ...- g o ... 6% Nitrogen equals 7.52% Ammonia
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1.... .. elwar.v e a : :: ail KM* tk i aI ePeak" J
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-- I'w,... .. __ i I Iris: -3 a aaw..eM.Iat.w.w f The available Phosphoric Acid and Water Soluble Potash are still j
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===': : =+raw.5asr.Aa oE 1 a aAI.rM e 1'--: ._ $ 1tat. the same as In the old formulas. In purchasing'fertilizers for the coming !
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Friday August- 0,19 6. THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Page Three

TuUy bight In the Lion Did I! in a tiled ttwlMure of. moat mod-
VALUE OF HOBBY on Aver Palm drive. I DIXIE DRUG NOW era. doetta. tile equipment pro- WHEN mAN
He said Me bobby li collecting duress all the .tat cream and at tM
SUBJECT OF TALKBY and studying iM ".. tl WH MAKES OWN ICE I popular fountain *f the Dixie and
through this bobby that he became many fullont besides that are car-
.. I vied In bulk to be sold for home
interested in nuwqulto *Umln o
DR.JTKIBBENInsect work.Mid led t movement in WtrMan. CREAM I IN STORE i consumption at : almost a
third under that It
cestershlre. ., that resulted In, was
formerly necessary to chart for
I cleaning out mosquitoes that had
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Collecting Started been responsible for many eases I The Dams Drug Store ii this ice cream bough,) of tflitributara
of malaria In that county And It ,week completing iwtUUUon of a An electric team itorlUtor owe
His ,
"" Work to Ban- was that hobby that wu responsible TutWU counter lee cream tree..... pktely Sterilize contalnen and
: : ish ,Mosquito I for rtttnf him Into ... Glassed and screened completely equlpnwnt dally ''RAIr
qulto control work down here.Dr. This week the Dixie ia offering ..
Or.,}Nrn. McKibben, preattoMol Lynn W. Whelchtt of Miami 'Carnival, bad been paM to crdl a special of double-dip Ice cream -...NY 1,.M
the DAde County Mosquito Controt read > "Down Dont'i for That tort of the building fund cone! A big surprise ice cream ----
Board,'president of the Dade(2tunty Other Sid of Uf", written by Mr*. Wm. Nll8elwNte nnt two special la promised for next w* k.
JKurte Mn MclUbben. Fresh lee cream la made dally Central Service Stitisa
Board and pmldntcf soprano solos, with pima accom
the'Dade County TubepculMli A large American flag was pra.o1elte4 | panimeiU by Mra. Joseph Elder.
Association, spoke on the to the club by: Mr* Cooper1 Augustus Wynn played a axon; G. W. DRIGGERS, Prop.
value of bobbin it the meeting of Hayt C. L.Ooley I phone number accompanied t>vlift. rHONB MM IIOMKSTKAn ItA.
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pare Fsulr THE LFADBH. ENTERPRISE Friday, August 30.1686.rrtikf .
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TIlE WDERiNTElf'USE' The A.B.C th eMeMtBUan *r bHawa nrlda*I THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER -

retail.e sod at llorn.Meeel. ateederA K\
Uai taken that *e.ma$ WIlt the .r taut u i* bow.tlDMRT r..tDIU.IIJ4I
lie. fc> the Peels pot rMlbliiMWOI of ParliamentaryLaw
eXltetln nad br-uun I* null and --
<<4. TOM.
Did ever U\'. In Maine
HOI7MHUmta. you
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The ..,-|.... should be atmnt In
BEN <\ : .........._._.F.gle ......*. Often bylaws are aowittten fweiu. a.S.2ej.Mauri'I1t tItmwdwi t-t a. RThe do you know taste people who do
live In MaineT Or do
B, JtNKir. UTTLK RARRT20TH that several inter' uitlni t- id4i I you planto
have a summer vacation In
Feasted M Mend Us stall ma to INSTALLMENT near be nu 4o, Avoid able mtoUke, Junior Woman's Club gave Maine' Then read thin buck,

". InMarrb ta. ..... it the' Pool *aVI A orxanbmdon otters outgrowsSte titan Horary another book last week "Lost Paradise," by Hubert t>.

ItwMdta. HorWa anise the II't.t &NfOKP0LATiOAs by law and revicton boonie nee "Th Wreck *| the Dauntte**", by Tristram Coffin, It k aid to be the
Marvel S, 1e70. -errt. story of boyhood on a Maine coatt
Philip Hart. Ad haw*f w young
Aetna takes coBfltet with
in th
iscaresemW k**> omiUnSM tarasjirtHsse > *
ii I I boy blanch bMWKht to their tressam salt-water farm. But It wa the
law af If null
an ortantsaUoa and
UII. PItKB |1 DO A nc.'a dadetrhr et the stM and 1M them en the librar- kind of farm which can supply
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of the ..*.YMMaJ. about everything one needs It :
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ian' ***. All tine new books
The iimires Of becoming leaoryorM _........... ....._..............._..."'. ........ ,I mystery and adventure. The boy had BeWi when fellow could
The Bkck Widow la ships. kM It .. ..,.e Mif I FROM OUR MAIL DOX and girl will probably stand inline plow, and wood and the! sea, a

(By r. A. hr.... It D.. 1. Stale that aeMeta hear ssstinn be earned with a "My turn next' Watchout family et brothers and *ten and ,
Beard ar lleallh Ballet) Awwa It U thereto* ad tor that copy of "The Hermit hired men and III man who could
..... If MJn the Serviced .t a IETTM: FROM ABROAD ot pardon Creek" another Hal tell tiLl own story of sealing in the I

From reading the paper One lawyer Idltoi Note The following Keen mystery ttory.. Bering 6e*. There were book area '
would conclude that black widow Th polishes of the dab must be letter was received from Mr. William Lyon Phelps professor a wide hearth Altogether It wada I

i spider have recently increased to jx laliMd U Ilia 111 rt1tV. n.. and Mr J. M Holtert last enterltu o f English literature at proper place to live. And the
numbers and appeared la new weft 10 consult with him tad ten him week. They expected to reach Yale University, ha a summer story i* one for the whole familyto I

area where they were heretofore of he plan of InoorpomtVm you New York on Aug. 28, and to home in Michigan, and It la his enjoy Even U you lit down by.
unknown This seeming increase! wish Th technique .. left tel the visit for a few day In that custom each year to give a "Book yourself to read, you will have to
tight easily be more apparentthan attorney. NOT TUB POLICY Or slate with a daughter Mr Lecture" for the benefit ot the hunt up some one to listen to you
real Certainly the published THE 2'WANIZATION. Miller Cross. Hubbard Memorial Hospital t Bad read torn passage aloud Forpeople
Items have Increased Interest J ...:.. .
Ax*. This year he gave a'jtrt of VhO have no family Ute
in and knowledge of this, the onlyharmful ,RORUIMTK BODIESWlim Editor Leader-Enterprise: twenty-nln books: for which fce it will b* a revelation and for
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spider known I* the yniU th*,etva-iriaauolW' 11i,ferrrnu eof W* left penang Strait Settlement had a kindly Word. H* jipok .f those who have known family life

eel States, but few timid spirit a pare.....r soft ae Mpte7 last night at 7 p. m. and have hlrteft Novell! eleven book of tt win com alive with their own

have become unduly concerned of about the
writer's personal observation go rdlnat lodge. It received a charter am entering the Bay of Bengal or novel mentioned. and U you will farm or in I city I

these spiders have not been more i, from the central authority, which you might better say the Indian rent them ao we can pay for them If you ever read poetry do not
numerous la Florida during the ..rv.. aa Its constitution Tk bylaws Ocean. The water promise to borough we hall be able to !buy the rut miss "Note of Death and Life" ,
pant rear or two. They: are rarely adopted must not violate la any and passenger mil, have by: Theodore Morrison, with a 1
J' seen during the ordinary activities to got* bed. So far (eight weeks)
war the pmlalun ot Ihla charter preface by Hervey Allen Hervejr .JI
ot life but can be found readily we have had our three meal W have been to Havana 1
The rwter.tlnm.of Women Club a Panama Allen says, "Theodore Morrison
I and plentifully It one look In suitable : relatloa to .local Clubs Is on a differ, day lot I should say five)* to ?tAngBicc l San Francisco mora than any other American l r

places. They prefer a well out .**1*. the.Joe! Club not liens Singapore Is the most beautifulCity Honolulu, Yokohama, Kamakurl, poet bids fair to carry on from the '.
} shaded place near the ground.Loosely I subordinate we have teen so far on our Tokto Kyoto Osaka and Kobe in point that the Ute Edwin Arlington .
stacked lumber, piled logs,: The central Wf 'f organisations trip. It* population U 200000. Japan, Shanghai Hong Kong Robinson left off.' '
or bark, Junk, rubbish and old! whose local Nt1 tlM&i-' first forro1 Our next stop U Colombo, then Canton and Kowloon In China, j

automobile body parts discard 1 # and thin bandml EjfBth.i. In a iiaUunul Bombay Aden. Suits, Cairo Palestine Manila Singapore and Penung "My dorter I II goln' to play Be*.
In the wood afford them suitable while and across Europe to London Wonderful
*orMor> M rtk>n. trip. thoven tonight"
shelter They sometimes spin their .having be power eves the fcnuipit theft Southampton then New :Mff tad Mr J M. Holferty. "I lope she win*."-Smith's

meager, Irregular web under the eeleties, may deride what societies! York. Sunday, July II, l.35. Weekly (Sydney).
seat ot outdoor toilets, their pure
are eligible and the manner tn which
1 post being, of course, to catch insects -
they nmy be ailmlltd.rONSTITlTlOM .
Upon which they feed. That
WAWA I t tt
tact seems to explain why a consider AM) BYLAWSLxoept
able per cent of bites are Inflicted -
Ui privies. The biting of for the moat Informal *o-

persons or animals bjf this spider. cletle, Ha preferable to have bull ,
"t may be an error'j.lh.t b, ah* may eeeeetndthen. daft bylewa. i ,
mistake them for 'insect*. It may The eoneUuukin should eoaUia

be that Instinct prompt her to the fundwrwntato; the bylaws, the ... ki M
bite any moving object for the detsllst ..... Paul make this compu4MHi .
purpose of obtaining food Certainly : The ceastttutlun: ta like th.

at time she bite In Mil df81tAck fmmework ot hotw giving' It It*
,_. general ilan and suMxirt while the
bfrisw., provide the Interior arran-
widow spider la captivity -
\lillftt. IW..ItII.says the coiwUtutloa '
have been observed to kill and
should contain the "llowlnr
teed upon roaches, cricket fliesbeetles ,
I. Name and object of the aorletyQuaWlntlMi "
or other insect and other
t. .( aneatton I
spiders" many time their six*. Alter -
I. Officer and their election i
mating the female eats the
4. Meeting of tea socteti ilndlu'l
mall; site will eat Other female
In* only what I* _nllal. leaving 11
It the occasion arises, and the
details t*, the <>y we>. I (y
young eat one another Thus tin t
I. How1 to amend the eoiuKltuttot
spider population adjust Itselfto
The first on* lacy b* alt Mind Into
the supply ot food and averts

depression lWO.The by-taw should: contain the foi
tt the black widow ha an Important lowing fcther previsions may be add.
natural enemy, we have ado
1 not discovered It. On of the lire method of aitmtttlncton. mesa.

; wasps. known. the dirt dauber, .

: collect many spider and places Th* nomination fend etaettoaj ot
them In the cell-like nest a* foot officer. e'

for her grub-Ilk young. Some GO Th duties of IIJrko
or more ot these nests were recently Th eseoullve hoar-* pwrPrnvWoa .
examined: 300 or 400 cell for ttlllnf vacancies In
86.&4Yi
77.6 dtl
containing spider were examined, .me. .. '
but there wa not on* black widow The Initiation fees and dues jg y WFtNWF le.
v r'r
I Th Urn and place ot meeting. ,

This spider has often been deI'' Th number eon iltutln. a Quo
scribed. It I* bUck with the following -
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\ exception: *U have the etaadlar eonHnlu***.
I red or bright orange haurgtasa' Th a rnMMa>y a inherit*. '

l shaped mark on the under side oft Prove""tom for amendment and sue ONE CI" TJ.l/i CUD OR.WGC7Qti
the abdomen. Many have a similarly -' ,..11Io... ir DEtHRBUBy .
Air TWi INIftlsrNi.f .
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t colored spot at the .ptn..t' .atwa stay not lie amended er

i at the under extremity ot the abdomen cept upon a notk-e to that effect pre-

and a few have a row olbrutht vknuly anal eat, *iv| by a If*
I poll running lengthwise' thirds veto nleu pre; ,,""'" by .p*

4\\; on the back of the abdomen which ital rule NGA4 PP7Ls YLLF ,
I* round or shoe buttonshaped.The A* ameMment M the raaatltu rNi$ 6iQOVtrSGNS 01" 11IS' .
bite Itself I* pot much more teen and kv-tam goes into. effee' ataon :JUI6sr.IN ms.ssty zo STArJE$ \

painful than a mosquito bite. The wt* thr4 I* a motto ma
symptom ot poisoning which appear and earrM eUtbiIh* tltnjrhum '61' ,afA.vtl"_ I ,
within a few minute, consist awy at lit *upe..4e<| as- At'r

of pain starting from the site ot the Sept they psoad. for their **a Step

bits and extending to the larger **.....

muscle. particularly those of the 8T.'M rNO RIUMrale While undoubtedly orange troves existed go-Lucky Hammock h he budded t*

abdomen and cheat. There to an in East Florida many year before the local tour orange trees. ,Fer many
Increased blood and Standing are rules of
pressure t rise a PrMatnt
ot temperature, perspiration resttammeM Astute, adopted aany _etnt practically alt were .eUitroyed by th* years be carried the fruit by boata to New

nausea and yomiUnc *,$ eowtsim twos" ,.....1.'.."... freeze o( 18J5 and It was'not,until after Smyrna for shipment to New York. This
Often there to delirium, eonvuliuna 0,11ch M.r 4s d4.0-4 II1JIaHI gee. the *Joe of the Indian War ia 1648 t&At grave 1* undoubtedly one of the oldest .in

and sometimes paralysis. vtww ..,tr*. crane growing ,Jn Florida begap \\t take on the United SUU", I

The symptoms last a few tour to After Ik* adopMon ae% t .*.!*. n eommerelal aspect, Under the "Armed The Blue.Gray QNATCATCHER I*

a few days. Th nervousness and It rwnalw m force until rescinded, Occupation Act" by congress qualified common in the central part of Florida all f

weakness may remain for week suspended o.. atvdUlcd at some future ciUxena could obtain 160 acre Florida the year and reach the southern part in

The bits may be fatal to small J I and by cultivating it for seven years, winter. In the northern counties it !sMany

children but nearly aU adults recorder eceuary A sterile solution of aettleri came, but one of the Brat abundant during the. netting season but in

magnesium sulphate (epsom salts) entries made under the act wa that of rare in winter TIle Goatcatcher reae*

A physician should always be injected Into the vein has rarwntlyjwpqrted Douglas Dummit in November, 1842. On blea the mocking bird in shape and color

wiled. II* will admwtlta r> sunk, bea ) tot be;($fj smirked UrtiBf the orange grove, DUI1.it "tech though, ,

deduttvec or itimuUnt a'* ,he J fiadj."! tap,eb' i"lrCt' i l 1 ed'.'sweet brangn tree Uom tn, U.dtt<> %' t t'; ''CIIJb f,; I to '. t 1.,e"rJ" ,"'( >>I, 1 J


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?. ; .. ._ Paw Five _

\ Wetrg reireaNrtal tlhm.& twin lot week et bettor aeel.talkilWtb. -IW tt *t4Nit "dliw"'t..tOto one

Airfaring Over Florida ktadbwfMn*. I to tH* Worm War day. *h* detected hart *.p from ......tI_ ,

I\ Aa Nluatratton of hta work qdlt* the opeetat est. *f a Oarainn win An "*M IM_" In thin mid-Mat
,. die nptwalt. In ........, see atom I the imBUl tUnHHw loulml .*. action: *t rVu-lin I* usually of twfutp I
I By CHtRIJOl r. IIORNKHIII ask th* order of Mry. to the tee M.* OtuwMdo where b* wa* *hpmtUnc > oddywr*. An 'nht h._" In the 1
Uw National AurWMMlt .
Magazine far a lea"ing IKM a* Cb "la Capable band e I""a" UHwbol In eases where M atrport I* ta the else ta tilt ftppar part *t the *t*(*. And there are tale .. a party *fBncHah to the Ulh _tlll'\'. At the ntrealM .
aspen of Florida aviation liMnodtata' ability Otmtlnn and dl* tlnr the area HoavMai far the !noI I ..nt..... .*... seas. I Md et the pennhrutua, Miami..
On may sanely My that to floMdi taut to at least two aaarby airport ease ta ......... Wines kccMulkn1 I striving to make a phase In the worM, 'M (h* do" *t 4i* ..Mnlh Aiwrtaa
the eyes of the entire Wintry and ar. fat*. The Mm of the town pins. ta exeeuwd, Chatahoooh win I who founded a colony, whore the Or- war, held about too pnoph-. At .
ether nation u will may tart tot. I to prMMitAd in Urn IttUt tad a have Its own airport At preaeet wade suburb, WaterWK-h skill vtaAd the .eMn. at tb* propose d* ad*
b. splendor I sampt otttd: It tin MrldUU hoarier pointy mancUl) the patieiu are lMBartd by bo I These ...... hnml.,..t* rW Only 1IT.... residents OMhwed bow**
tUriUadlnt toaderthlp. Because boodle Whet a bufldlhi with. U their heirtul .--..... the trip, BfKrxrtouk to establish. piaj>uU Mbt liter. and a. Mm** am steadily b. 'I"
I kid bard M muck about the if'oW. lam toot I* available thleseiser U from tower FMHda, ,*.utrblt aaBiuch they mad ( beard Mind far tea rerin*. a> k* tile hepwkUhHi Isotope, I
tit4 Ihtertet l. aerontuUc there I I a markap. otharwl., the name of a* two day' lrarL Hotalaooommodatloiiag transplanting. of BHtbM enables aadwktmryi ln.. There are ten ah-pwta tn UlamL .
Mlded to town tM MOM huplrtfclK. tied Hrport h OMA .; MaetetO ht- partkiularty'lf th* Poole hoopoe wtr* sweet ant tb* PaN.an rto epln
AoMMIncty, I left with Colon*! ton It flit ML, POey aehtpetedllrport pattern U ......... are kot sully *.. lived Th 'big free**'. ard th**. terminal there to the Jargwt hMe\ "
ran*. assistant director of air com ta equipped vita 4 reed B- cane, and lie the patient nt fcb to abandon oaUrn and sat away tomunal M lee world "J
mm. In hi Beecborafi, U attend legit n. indicator too foot dnl touted tn la Into sets....... Wills for bom* bat people sun recall theirflung 1..1"" t..* pa* **w- n y
the dedication or it** flying aid kf eons...* eo HA rMfe and *Uvaalatd tile nw alrptnrt ta vMnpMMd, tIN .pw to ....... in aoartot _. through this airport *. f
M Fort I'leret *ldntaBy It seemed Iron boundary anarMrtf Vim teat nay b* flttw* directly t. th* and hew with aeaxhalant dregs they their way t* South and CentralfOMUaued
that veryh ..M heat alUndlh KM M 31 toot apart A butfliic dell hoanltal and released Without dip. aooepted dinner" Intestinal tram the ** Page !Nine
well lor the tttr wad eO crowded every II or I* alien at Joimdtd Oorafort after a trip at only a few f _n '___L_' .
With alr-mlnded vtallor that private When lighted airway are huWUMIII I issued eueatloe.Whetho I

borne had beta opened to give Own Intermediate baann will b* to- tM Meor..*, If widely *4yrtM4 1 i
JoeIrlna. Bated In usable. fl..ld*. charm of tower Florida rt6d -

Hr* tint norwo; Booth CarMln A iln aadm. at paycbolqr to ..!.. the IIIore placid but Mitt .**.I ,
kf Tl: M tIN n rnlntY reaching deft" In tin method ot drawing the beauty ot the hlfher. plneoeon
Orlando lead than throe hour* late pulls. attention So tile airport by try Ja a subject for C paver settled' i
CM (AC way w. pUll and1 flawed ewe the directing at automobile traffic arrtotnoti OM ",nllOt. inslasi. teJIII.
ft moot Mtuinc tad mafnUlolenttfcud toward tbooa racy tit roadatd Paw Men fllMlmtlar a.gnlplphaw 'I
formatknt thmiMnd! Of test nrk'r* have already beat *'raot d. any !mtir' that !tm* carl coons
blip and but vaguely welling the one on either ride' of the **trmnc to par the royal paint of Part Uyer1 t
MM and. green blur .( pint ten the airport besides one at th* tn with the live oat of tMhuK When,
thousand teat btlow tramway ItMf. tit addition to I new over the 'hilly ?qntr> of,

During my first Uw day In ITtortUa these brtlllait twang and white Lake Wah Whet the Car'rained I s m
1 xprlac4j a new baptten o<(< rtrtd! lfcna\\, alt cnNMroala wlthW memorial to lid trln Poi I* Wratett tIPi
faith In aviation.. Major A. B. Milo a radius. ot several rnltt ar* posted I looked ". *ri Stet Singing Tow'
y. llaflen who for year .has Mm 41. with dlroctloaal arrow. Incident *.. a oats tin carillon dui reondId.
rector of the aviation fllrtalon Auk, alt Wthway M the puts aN by the lush planting 'd the. aanetnry. -
stab road department Mae p""pIIIo being wldMM to l*. ft with trad- and I said ta iriytolf Tfiortr. tfh

e4 and hi part executed, tenyewpHut hall sloping ahoUldarMuittad MUM I tovHr country than tlila. I rid I
**otIdn. any Mats preset before abrupt ditched and steep ban*. It again Whett flylnover Oranc,
inaugurated la jtmM-k-a. tot the into *o wU known U the to.......and County In the central part of the(
improvement of aviation. faeUltto b which with the wandering bard elate We circled lot ever the
inlet an Inevitable frewtk With and boat% such art Impediment vicinity of WlnUf' Park, a* nearly

Vajof ttettUlM I taw over tM run- Bxctptlnt Mrrafn tturlda boosts i N.w fcnfland. wtthi .e any sets x u, I 6 6f
Washed Peninsula and teamed from flying tondiUonl pcrhilp loom near I I.plc totatlM can preeent to which .0
blot what Fkwide proposes to to and ry pproacMnt p rf etHm their any literati of national endIttternaUow
aMwmmtaiwdAirinarUir otter but. the at tame flack: U the winter month I IJSlchtoM
what eats already beta part 04 the country, '
popuUrfaatton byfceanrUfkatia tttnunt ooorat U r4 pick i,
..t airporta and the tabs and finish the Wndln* fhhM" Vlon ha ar* encircled with stately Male|I
aiPaaahlnd! of iMonteMiAiMM. Mtl One think of Florida M generally eunnlnr Ihenwilve betwe1prap i
< public. Sib ta "thr*. point wltkwnk windy country, ljf MOn In two sand rout otanc tro***,
e Major'UeMmttA U WUrUtMar. the rebut ot palmetto scrub kr totiV tb campus .'f :S ills <'ollec*.
It eong.raeqa is U$4'tllureerf ttn *dd 4 and entangled that an Institution ot .ro.ln. tarn, liIber .

l II al/, i.liJ'lOf'fda... i'", tine".nfrrnMriHtf kllt U r.gdlrod and 'from, above. ,f&t parted
farttoMBU sail IAhlkavotplotll'itavoMean t.'W'ce ef ground, Af tAocwMlna staled hulMlnira of %i ne iU arebUeotuR '

/ 4d, owl. ,lit W tS.... IfMOfIkiil after the. palmetto scrubbed terra o t''". creamy-roM, and -tUd ku wly
eomtnietlovot it moro M Boon lIMa romoveb root W' depth ton. make a pleaaant. pattern of<< color
ttotf way and thirteer4 et the" halo of three ft kiy r*
already boot .....,11ItOtL five of tact of tile field Multiply the trlah pines Languorous and lovely lobs With plenty of c4 to story
t...... k.tt*.r<. If not already tilt of the worlonan by a hundred when Virginia .prea .la the background.OrbtadO tp
Need. See HMii'ln comptetlon hr n obliged to clear some hlmrnotlt four mile away hi near food plenty of cold to keep It
or Jungle, and labor in eon mutt to 'nouih for the alrvUnded *tud"m.
Not only M FJW'I4a.1It an owe fresh, you save four way*.
a dllc.oot.l1q'lq d mh. I and at leant ono Rolllna boy awn
UM world the development of planes his W co piano ....d&IIe hunaelfoC (
Ud t..mu.lid far, outdistanced Off flying bj: night na well M by FIRST yew earn whet ye*are *.
I tM privileges el OWa do" "aglrprrt.
the tntfr* t add oo ridotM* or UKit day M ono of th* Solo for WhichFlurlCt& fail bf spoileve.Stools. ..
n rel pub tnr ftythr but such la alrlvln' *. In ilan of i
Interest M Undergoing a remarkable this year-, hero were 13 lUbKxl field I Here, *, In all VkirMt. also H Dow yen aave by taking. better
In operation. including oho Naval! Mloun or the abort bridge between advantage., Saturday food aalee.Tllllt .
developer |", I* Florida then" arc
10: Training F1-M at PnMaool The antiquity and modernity These
M east plankd'owned and spar I yen save by buying feed In
lighting al tl mere I* IttUixled Onlyone Orange bounty town average nomvthing
1It.d M>U4i |a, In'flol of pfoteblr larger euaattle at better' prle.e
like haM century In ..*. >
1904 during the winter month lighted airway MM la dtei I a
Pnwlnf '-.1I Iutioll. front theta, .tat*. Tbla la from Miami via. Daytona Sorti* *f ills tint pioneer slot Hv rODITH yew ...*, by te>akU, tlmeet >
man of JleM1iIlIll" forwlht4naMM Peach to ladcavavlll where It j, t* toll the story, and< now their love) Shelter tn*ef Uf KeMra.Tbn .
tonnect with the ChlMto and lo tell It 4 faenlnaUng women ef
not bake '*mht iwjHrtn rioH- N.w1
da'o Uunp*._ to b* toe IrlmnMdMd York ttnearf, An ****nhm:I genuine pioneering oallbr* llvlo* In addition t* toed t**>
burning to propAr flrfoJtr Seat Daytona 9aeb, bad* ta- Aver the tanfiui4, ', Airport Narrates ... the H the ..vtn< lit JefrIt.
i Florida '1'01IIlie air by ,."h'"" glowing Moount* of lit* then twen.
corf betaa ot tN *
To overt wlatoC trlnc therbpr. < -
fc class second la Interest to ,ty-fir year ago when the weekly =
fcttt, a mJl1t. I* (hrMl Whisk i by day, The ..,*.. take. dwr?'I'pntfMiag. jo Snub wad dvtr the few toot optratkm at tb*
ones too tart #ert ta arutthn geldea,I I Ire the state tend a roughest of and trail TIle aparae- ftollatoc cotd-maUn media ben..
.o-t .Mtnat.4 Nay Airport NORGE
settled neighborhood bold
cbarm. By nl"ht. especially wh ly many
JM Its types i length of runway; they are ta park surroundings and unfriendly "Cracker, atlll burning Mart ownan report sating*up
Whether tw and if are obtainable mUM the will *T .M 111 month bouadnld .
tinged by llcht they ar .IIY., with putuog one aver'od a to.KM Ca"
flM Il,1i(.: Oea >d mechanic; pool. of bldckfa, and the rtfl *!t- till TAahoa, The IxiiMr .*. ( tor9"9 I '
tip*er bMaom ramps .* *fxlwr... Banci : 'fIr.laf."ItrHt.' Mod
the only
$4 flr*.Jilt anointing these leaner"
for ass planeel, leading btcrMai. radio ar* Hka gleaming l eardrop, By day' to hoot one was to Incur a heavyfates Com la and let tu rJvt you THE S OILATSI golf.to .
itatto. baitfby. McnUftaathrtl fir IS ...ssoaa ,..."..
when the un la kind, they take odor On every cow-milking trip rpedflc fact and figure*. Leant
Ml, code cu.tlc and mun- tram U*> cobalt Ftorida skis aadturn ta the Venture she tarried n gun,far All KMbl KaOator 0 =ifl-"u
b4r lighthouses. Y1I.u. Um 4 oricronp to a thrllllna4. MmM blue, In through IM pined ranted half,wild Kefrlceradoo, .eats. ReeofL+'C
ffcuthtar: and croMto ash tied Wc Plym.uth'tlactba CIII tIM( Tal tattle' cbartwr her at vrf' trip 16 Ind Roma, aso/J/brstooess.srsasad.
rAroMtnt the nap I* a Btworkttf
until from constant with
lah*** B4-Wro-BMch airway. peppering
lists h-way. 11..11. _,*. sod riuMM -
"'ate are myriad llltl sand hill blrdahot they learned eantton. ltoam.Ing .
*, with Mrik1 or 1..iII cad. vii Slowing when your ship 1110.., very raaor-backa took squatters realVnc Name Contest Extended
.area pWdtdy ,nai'kld. whit under the span. __ staid sealer her front porch 4n4 ah* .
(fPrbap* tW, fnM.*t **iMrt t* dote"'"d by shallow bowU M atpphlr.1l bombard** thong. wtthf Jetty tit. ... if* aM going to MiUntM ear saw MriMt fee M dared to .....
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tile' ak ranto m the ...-...bMJeJfId. r*.at Mt nymboth tad air tratlr 34. In order that Uw many venoms new rMnralnf from Uir Tr*>
..., alrmtr OHMrklii am In find. a Tory M..l seat )A.1 WIN May help M Mm war nw Needs ator*.

I plocwea At present there an ill taxi-way leading from the afrport $75.00 IN PRIZES
Miarkw In the state. located from permits tile ptaaM to ft .* whMU4lroUy
ll to tl dories apart ..ol Mr to to tile fnat entrance ot UM II, lad 1'r'--lII.M .......
town but ta open. crantrr a* ..11. befit In oantetlo'M wUh thl* bud, t1sSUNDAY121,641"X lad rrte-llM Universal Utrtrf Mauls free end nanwwM.Jrd
sal that at M tmr Bd MI* to poet there ta a golf vourb. a nine T-W
hoii. rtta-.!!..5 Combination 4>*.bi 1. tined tab an4 !able
44wtnlodi hi "
U; lil ct- o*
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at alcklulkHi'i Idea < .
o eonv
Mtnjil* .
\ j . -" }I r. ., Itk rrta* fSJI ValTrraal Antoaaatto ClccUte Iron .
II I (th rru -IV6* t'nlreruU Elertrl. Taster :
tOi Prix.--456S VnlTcmal rtoelrto Toaster
WWtc, whole wheit m Ten l>..........M fnlrnal Heating red
Clean Vegetables Sell Betted Ilk Pr--.s.H Vnlvwaal Heads Fad
bread coffee cinnamon
rings tea rruie-.4ZUnrwraal Toaster
lout Pries>|il.lS Universal ToulrfAnyen
See our testable washer built at our shop. buna on sale at I ewer tile age *f II residing In the territory from FcrrtMaeatb

I house all may cater toile ....*.. Should t prla winner aVcld to a.r.ekaaw .
We turn 'wood rollers for packing use. I grocer n Nr.* refritrralor b* tsar Wes In tea prl.* won for 4..lIla
Ito vain the pries *l Uw new Nr Entry blank
Portable fire' and ,irrigation pumps. Lathe and on purchase (
i lWren's rest be obtained trwmMRS.
machine work. Farm machinery repaired or 1

GEORGE CHINNERS
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.la guest of MiM Janet Bradley who Mr. and Mr*. J. U $albu left .WhMe's uncto me) unt, Mr. and
visited her In Redland two yeanago. yestentar tat AUttvUk. and .*r Ml*. AIM TtodsJl, ,and will ..
( place* Tto North Cotoa. 'I'bIr back to O** tttia we.k-ed fer

and Ground plan to stay several weeks. another ibort vtatt. .

Mr. and Mr*. U. P Owens and
; son, Wayne, of Menlo Park, N J.,, Mr. and Mra. F W. -Stillmanleft Hra-m" !
are vlaiting at the home of Mr Monday to spend a few weeks "Ptrdon me, Mid the stouter,
Homestead Owen's brother, C I Owens ol at their old home in Rahway, N. J "are you a resident hem?"
North Krome road.Mr. They plan to move to their new "Yet" was the answer. TV
home on Coconut Palm drive when been here join' on fifty yean.
'i, .. they return and their present residence What kin I do for you?"
who
J T. Beck
and Mr*
will be rented as a parson "I am looking tor a criminal
t. Ctiarle Pratt returned Tueedayfrwn Mrs Jack Polk and son, Jacklo, have been living in the Yettoi age by the Redland Community lawyer," laid the stranger. "Have
moved to
house in Redland have
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visit to his former home and Mrs. Folk's guest, Miss Lillian Church. you any here'"
.1' hi Toronto, Canada. Mr Pratt, Jackson of Nashville, who have the Goldberg house on Plummet "W eU," Mid the other "we.1!*

who wa. In Canada a month attended been at Miami Beach for three drive. __ Mrs. Tho Brewer was called to pretty sure we have, but we curt
a reunion of his family on weeks will return In another week, death of prove I*."-Chaser.:
Mr. and MI'II. C. Ben Plummet Atlantic City by the a
Mrs. Julia Polk who had been with
a Pratt-owned Island In the Georgian --
have moved from the Price house alster-in-law.
Bay which brought membersfrom them returned last Saturday.Mrs. "j The MI ht IhIIEmplo'lDent
the Yetter house which baa
to recently
aa far away as London, England Agent"Have
\ you
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been purchased by M. i. M. A. Swan
Mr. and Mrs. returned
: and Glasgow, Scotland.Dr Jane G. Nesbttt, FERA: any experience In anything?"
Brownlow, Mrs Plummer1* father. Saturday from a trip to
job
(. ,. nurse for South Dade and the upper Seeker "I wai floor walker
and
Mississippi and Tennessee a
frank Hausman, who left Florida Keys, Is at the University for two yean,"
,t\ Tuesday: of bit week lot a brief of Florida taking a course Mr, and Mrs. H. L Brandenburg and visit Minnesota.with relatives in Wisconsin Employment Agent: "Good,. I

.. business vtelt in Tuscaloosa, Ala.I II In anaenthesia from the famous and son, Arthur, who have i can place you with a woman WHO;
his former home, returned Monday Or. Gwathmy. j Just had twin*."-tx,
been here since Saturday on business
bis Mr. and Mrs. R. :E. Reed have re-
evening accompanied by -- will return today to lay, vacation
from a twolweek
tprned
mother, Mrs. D. A. Hausman, who Mr. .and Mrs, ,SjjraP.yl, pel Ca.
: in Miami Beach.
will visit with her ion and daughterinlaw their children have returned from pent GROVE

Tennease where they spent a vacation Elizabeth Mcllwaln ,returned to Mrs W. M. Brodie- and Mrs.

visiting relatives. Homestead ,e.terdlll11Ornln. after Clarence Hunt, who had spent the THEATRE:
; ; Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Fifteld >.
visiting rela
two month spent
summer, In Canada returned last COCONUT OBOVEShew
t,. who returned Aug. 2$ from k four- Carson Malcolm, so* Of l/lp*. tlvM and friends in GaflCney, S week. <. t and Ainrimlea tSf
week honeymoon spent In the Gcorte-Chinners.'wiU retura Mon* C, .Jacksonville, FW, and other
.
; Matinee Every Bat and Sun.FRIDAIT
mountains of Tennessee and North
day from Orangeburg, S. C, where cities.Mr.
Mr. and.,Mm. J. R. Pope and
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Carolina will move during the he has been visiting relatives all family left Thursday morning for 2I IlL
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week-end to the Berfer house at summer. and Mr*. Clarence) Hunt left Tampa where they will visit relatives
20J; N. W. Thirteenth street in Monday morning on a trip that AND SATURDAY
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.. till Monday morning.Mis .
j \! Ponce de Leon. At present they Returning to Amerlcus, Ga:, wyi take them first to New Orleans I HE LOVED A G009 Fie HI!
are staying! at the home of :Mrs.
and other cities of the United
after a week's visit in Homestead Helen Paflord of Dublin,
; TUield's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K.L. :. States and then to Canada They AaJ win kfoand
with Mr. hd Mrs. John Robinson I Ga, who ha been visiting at the <
I. v,1 Hook, Sr. were Mr.VM. T. King. Misses Vi will stop in Indianapolis and visit home of her uncle and aunt, Mr.! a-dy-
;. snd Marth**.Speer, Charles and :Mrs. Arvllla Booth and her and Mr. O. A. West, will leave
\ Mr. and II.... T. II:. Klrby and King Spev Sam parrlsh and Miss brother, Charles Reeer.I for home toda.-. .*.it.! liili !1flew' 1\\

children returned yesterday afternoon May Plum ",. -On Tuesday of last I I '
\ from a vacation of two week the. Alb.etiCUI party were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johnson who Mr. and M.... Herbert Turner
month* spent in Colqultt, Ca, and I dinner > W* <4 Mrs. Gussie Joiner had been visiting in Homestead spent last week at Miami Beach. I
other cities.Mrs. of the Hotel Semlnole. > with Mrs. Johnson'* parents, Mr.
and Mr*. C H. Shaw, for six weeks, Mr. and :Mrs, Joe Byrum and
R. L. Motion has returned r The following boys were taken left yesterday for Plant City to family Joined Mr. and Mrs. Jules,
from a two and a half month visit on a fishing trip Thursday by pay a visit to Mr. Johnson's parent Abrams of Coral Gable in a
In SaUna, Kant, where she visited Frank B. Rue Rex Faust, Clinton *. beach party at Golden Beach Sun-
her slstef and Jet, OUa., where and Martin Bishop, Richard Craw. 'dar.
ah* visited Mr Kobton'a mother, shaw, Theodore Knowles and Harvey Mrs. O. C. Ledlow of Key West
I Mr*. R, E. Hobson, who has made ind Paul Rue spent Wednesday night in Florida Mr. and Mrs. Luther Strickland
: : Jong visits.hery 4' .' 1' City as ,the guest of her friend, and children .Elene and Louise,
Mr.'and ), ;;. Albert, J:. Bafne; Mrs. B. H. Edwards. Mrs. Led are visiting Mr. Strickland'* sister !
) t Mr afldtMrs.;A Q. Cain returned returned Sunday' from a 'threei low, who was fen rout from A Visit and: brother-in-law, Mr. and
: t Saturday from HendersonvlUe, I month vacation trip that included tin Birmingham, proceeded to Key Mrs. A. Cannon, in Orlando
K C, where they had spent a vtslta in Ravlna, Ind., Mrs. West Thursday morning by train. this week,. They will i bring back I
three-week vacation. Misses Alice Banes' old home and in Holly with them Mr*. O. L. Strickland,I
and Oraee Hobson returned from wood, CaL, Mr Barnes' old home. i The Rev and Mrs. (]eo. J:. Deuel who has befit'in Jacksonville since
Hendersonvillb with them. j They returned by way of New 'entertained Sunday Mrs. W. H. March visiting her brother andsisterinlaw I
York. i Oilman of Goodland, Ind., her Mr and Mrs. Geo.
R O. Walter and Richard Huff daughters, Mrs, H. Barton of Cook and her brother-in-law and

will leave tonight for Atlanta, Ca., Mr. and Mrs.. Newton.,MfirlU Goodland and Miss Ruth Oilman sister, Mr. and Mr*. W. G. f.eala.! SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY
to bring back Mrs. falser, have tak fta"Jtu:: who has been visiting her sister Miami &K h'to* a month, and daughters, Sara Louise and Julia Mr. and Mr*. C A. NeD and their aleHOLIDAY
there since the tint of June They Mr. MerriU will display bis paintIng Barton. Miss Oilman Is psychiatrist : son returned Friday from Gastonla MATINEE S
plan to return to Homestead "'* and supervising nurse of Indianapolis LABOR DAY, BEfT.
Monday theff. N. C., where the/ spent the .
City Hospital. summer. -********"-*-. ff'ff'' : *\

Mr. and Mr*. John H. Fulwood of An- SINGS !
I Douglas Justice, formerly SHE /
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Done) and and son, Bobby, will move to West dersonville, Ga, and his filter Ruby Carr, daughter of L. C '
their daughters, Misses. Frances Palm Beach next week visited In Homestead Sunday with Car/of MiamI Is spending ten days SHE DANCES I
and Virginia, returned to Mrs. Quisle Joiner, whose former in Homestead. the guest of Louise ''' IHIIRIGHTINIIVIRY'HEARt
stead yesterday from a Hotne-I I Mis* Kathryn Cast who has been home waa AndertonvlU. Pacetti, daughter of Mrs. 1!:.
HIM
trip of several weeks visiting relative and friends In J. Pacetti.Mr WITH
them to White Springs, Fla, Troy,' Indianapolis and other northern Mr*. S W. Smith returned 1AUGHTHIPieture J'
{ Ala, Atlanta and Hendersonville, cities during the summer vacation Thursday night from a short visit / *. Wm Muuelwhite and her --
V. C. They were accompanied on I 11 expected home the first of next with M.... Leona Donalnon In Tavemler. two children returned Friday from 1 '
J their return. trip by Mrs. Doney's week. In Indianapolis she was' a visit In OJua with Mrs. Musselww ;&
nother, M... T. J. Brown of. Col- !
legs Park (Atlanta). Ga,who will ** 25 SQUARE MILESOF FARMING LAND ***** H.,'Ji ppl'l!
make a visit with them. -

Mr. and Mrs. R L. Walker have

I man taken building.an apartment. the Haus r Make Your Farm Land l tfiirleyEMPLE 1


Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lindsay and '

baby were expected to return last .
night after a vacation of 1$ days ;
Reservations
spent by Mrs. Lindsay and the EarlylThe 2"Y 1
baby In St Petersburg and by Mr. p.
Lindsay in Chicago on buslnesa z' tIjI
and pleasure.Burrell JOHN BOLES I)
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ROCKtllt HUDSON
I Joiner returned Tuesday demand for choice land for growing : JANf DAIWItl ::
from Bay Pines, veterans' hospital '
at St Petersburg, where he under* tomatoes potatoes and general truck this ',' t
went treatment for five ...eeu. / .

,; Q coming fall and winter is increasing
/. Miss Bertha Mil Hausman,home season 0'steadily. HomesteadPluaIJ.ig.
demonstration agent of St Lucle
County, returned to Tort Pierce Make your reservations early and c:::


in yesterday Homestead after with several her dayt parents spent, get'your pick of the acreage. :. \ '; : Co.

Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hauunan, .. ,
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Mr. lIIeI Mrs Howard Johnson ..... ,, We. will bq glad to show you our holdirigi''Z
have as guesta Mrs.Johnson's cousin i
Mrs. W. B. Grooms of Bowling :: 't:' For Plumbing Installations

Green. Ky. and her son Barr, Repair and
who arrived !esterday for visit
of a tow days.Araarena. Septic Tank ConBtrtHtlon -

I South Dade Farms Inc. and erTlte.
\lab....,' left J'ridl,1 ,
for New York to enter the army
a ir ton training school at Rooae- First National Bank. Bid*. Phone 70 Homestead, Fla.

,,. 1".It 1'Ie1St\ toe* Island. He waa j' W. H. BOOTH

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,;' ", :F Ida August 80,1935. THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Pace Seven
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. .NN.N W -- Helen Kttedse Mtot WMyHarkneea ?> asmigtaaaiat I*. M..th VfeCNUiXM, ROM BUeJJo, Merle
e NARANJA Mary. Ana Brtwd and : "Be able to till ewrytMng. you 1 and Betty nm* Jenkins, ThelmaItedford
r Florida II A. Amen, J*. have done m borne Amwbel and Teresa'
City aging a pie e tt oajd oard, gild, KSobe. Norms and Rachel
M .. ... A. NU has returned J&WMtt '
I aaJT Drfaitedni
from one-month Walter .-, of Miami, apokt tarial rBBrtog IIIL OoMUwn. Katherine ,
a voesitlen apentHt the wvek-ond ( the home of Mr. buttons book: finfcfted. UtWoMI and Margaret Field. Mi-
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'Ix Mrs W. W. Ie, ,. CorresptmoeatMr : and around Harrodaburg, Ky
dred Reams and Leoia I Little
and Mn. J. R. how
. ]Her son,'Daniel, accompanied her Hickaon.li Mrs. Carlson taught us to
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..._._ NNNNM-Lw NNawww home. make patawttt button
., .and Mn Joe Dories and two PuweU of Lexington U visiting Flat honors in cork printing Bad Habit
v daughters will leave Saturday for Mra. H. A. Amen and son.K. A., at the borne of Mrs. M. A. NeIL wont to Annabel Rodd, second' to Blonde: "So you quarreled with
Lake Worth whom Mr. Desire Jr., has returned after spending EJftutoo OostmMi; and third, to Ted Why'1Brunette
11 a will have charge of the F E. C three months at their home in Lament Mr. and Mrs. C Z. Eiohenberger Norms Cossman. : "He proposed to me
a Railroad station. FU. Wilbur Aman, a brother and son, Charles, returned Tuesday Hostesses, till week were Mildred again lust nlRht:'
of Mr. Aman, accompanied Mn. from an extended trip to Hot and Margaret Field Annabel Blond: "What'* wrong with
e s Mr. and Mn Johnny: Becker Amen home. Springs Ark., Lo Angola and Redd and Goldla Crcnnell. They that"
't moved Saturday from tho Nelson' points In Mexico served punch and cookie Brunette: "My dear I'd accepted
Hostesses next week: win be him the night before:'-Ex.
Palm to ... .
cottage oft avenue an Mr. and"Mrt. Joe -- N-- NI1031ESTEAD
Penned and r ,
Julia Prances Sullivan and Merle
in the W. F A. Robert-
apartment son, Lee, have returned from a 4-11 CLUBBy JenkJns. -NLN..N-.NrNN,
\ son home. vacation spent In Kentucky and Loch Utttlt Those present were: Mrs. Carl JOHN o. BALLET: : roar NO. 4i
Ohio. ...,, ...
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1t son, Mrs. Fred Redd, Dimple
Mr and Mrs. C. L. NeiU and
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The 4-H Club girls\ met In their Turner Margaret Delaney Fem Meets ant and third Wed.....,
rented
a have the Nelson
son Paul for the winter. A theatre party at the Grove clubroom Tuesday afternoon, and Robertson, Lou Belle and Goldie I p. m. Ameriraa t>def B"l.oM .
I cottage Theatre Saturday was enjoyed by answered roll call by telling whether Crennell, Prtscilla Tread ElIzabeth ( peal erBre booth Kreme Ae'
CI r Hale Mn. Ole Peterson Mr H. A.I they had prepared a meal and KAtherine and Lucille WU- Maatkead, "...
Mr.'Paul 1* expected to Amen Mrs J M. Brown, Miss completed\ their three articles. llama, Myrtle Fhlnney, Julia Fran-
t. :1'tf1ml.11lJr\: .week. from a visit at

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and Mrs. Will Rhodes, and i

Mn'K, J. Rhode left Tuesday for Now You Can Make Your
Miami for stay of indefinite
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MraA. B. Langham of Kay West
with her .thro* children arrived ; Dream Home Come True
L Tuesday for a viiit with her par i
Mr'J. S. CVMJJ ;
s w rntatr.an

: Mr. ,and Mrs. J. H. Dixon are
; *: having their apartment house on ;
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L Avenue B end Palm avenue repaired \ .

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Word was received Wednesday : r
of the serious illness of Mr. Ober- .
shahs Of Roanoke, Va., the owner
cf the,Qbershaln .- ,
apartment on :
']lalll1 avenue __ .. .":r. \ ) iI
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.I ,Mn H. M. Brown and son, Charlie fifeJ'
... left Wednesday for West Palm
:Beach for a visit with Mn Brown's (
,' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. E, 'DurranoeH h ,1

Mr.'arid' MrtV.- :O. Rohrer of

[ :Miami :Were'Sunday guests of Mr.

f' *..nd Mrs?.W.,W. Severy.i .

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iThe'member* of-Missionary
"i n' $Society of the Florida City Com-
munity,Church, will give a silver
.V tea, next.',Triday afternoon at I0'clqFk v
In the Sunday school room, ,
to which all are cordially invited: t ,
t The following program will be
presented opening song, Scripture This is the year to make
and by Mrs.
reading prayer
M. A. Soper, a song by Mn Boyd your dream home come true;
Cohernouf and Mrs Lloyd Delta
i reading ."The Best Things First", homein
to begin building --
f by Mrs. 3 M. Dobbin, "Candle oft your ,
Stewardship" by three juniors, a '
i pianosolo by Mn. Chas Clinton, fact instead.", of in fancy. =. a
A ,a.reading by Mrs. R. W. Mulllns,
3'playwt. "Founders' Vision", and
?' reading by Mrs. Margaret Ken- A new home-nn ncliif plan Has been made possible by he National flensing .
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l ady. 'i t. Act. Anyone earn lake advantage: ef It ..ae baa toed a credit record a regular :

t Income and a free and clear tot (or caah) equal te tl per cent of the appraised f

Turner's Funeral Home value of the property; Ii'. called the Insured Mortgage Plan. Fund vp to -

at peer cent are now available for building or buying or refinancing a ....... '" ;
h.11.R. AMBCLANCB SERVICE!
Attendant i
Lady The new Insured Mortgage loan Is net like the old-fashioned cumbersome

Phone M4.R homestead, Vs.DR \'; ;, mortgage. It provide for a fair rate ef Interest. And a monthly repayment
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t y plan that takes ear ef everything ternl, charge, principal, laves, lass,-

ante premiums. Ube paying rent, Tea but so much belter..became each

( MI AJ3ERGERDentist F payment, bring yea sue step Bearer te a borne that I* completely, absolutely .

.,'s TOTES: :debt-free and fereclestre-preof.
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ref *r your present
,36 Nn Krotne Avenue \ .


t .. Upstairs' Now You Can Modernize! '.
Office Hours 50-i:30 ewe""

OPEN EVENINGS and Enjoy New Home Convenience

\ HI APPOINTMENTDR.R.S.AKERS Tour present home-.M, matter hew old-fashloiwd be modernised with :

'.01-" _veale..., given charm by landscaping aasd'remedeUng. put In teal

tome rubs has teed credit :
: repair-wMh MedemlraUosi Credit. Any owner a

: reputation aM ft regular Income b eligible I*borrow HP to $M**for permanent. ;

: ,Lease Imp".veta. |Tp U I yean to repay- 0 In monthly, Installments Weed ,

DENTIST a on raw .--. This means Immediate enjermenl of better keen*!. r


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based Sunday Sainrdar t te 11 'W. D. Horne Co., inc. ;


I Free Parking Space :

II.4 :N. w. MTH BT. MIAMI Hardware Lumber Building MaterialsXoplesteadI1a. \ i
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Paw Elect ____ THE LEADER ENTgRFBtSE Friday,juigutt so 1S 86. :.V' *...

FRA&CI3 I. BRADY WEDS THEODORE J. BLEIER TAKES AS BRIDE y

I MRS CLAlftU ItNn..sFnnelli. MISS MARION A. DANIEL OF MIAMI '\ --jl
Brady of'!Silver! Pilate I ,
and MM. Claudia Jenkins of MIami -
r Social Events J JAREME WM Quietly married on Miss Marion A. Darnel of Miami recreation director and manager of ,,\nJ
Thursday of last week In the 80" tweaine IN bride of TheodoraBtetee I. the Homestead municipal IWImI> ""'
ver Palm Community Church by of Homestead at file'clock ming pool lie will also be in- ., \t'' :
r the pastor, the Rev. H. O. Cowan. Sunday afternoon in a ceremony ttructor of physical education and'i, .' '
] Mt. Brady U lit old resident of performed In the parsonage of the athletic coach la the Homestead 'jj-\.
CLUB MEMBERS GIVE LINT N the Brfland Mr: Brady imams first Christian Church of Miamiby school during the approaching *\ j

SHOWER FOR MISS PAULINE CALKINS! to Silver Palm about a year ago the Rev. Everett Smith. The school test A native of Appleton .. '
to keep: tout for Mfi Brady. only attendant were the brkta's Via, Mr. Bleler wa graduated t
TM fcewlywed: hale at their lather and mother, Mr. ana) Mr*. from the University of Miami lit J
Member of the Arerrt Club 0. 'ThurYnaa:, Mrs. M A. Merger, t 'I
guests Mr* Brady tori. ana daughter Robert Daniel. 1930 and 1* a member of PI Chi *
3 fttv* I lutprlM/ line shower Tuesday Mrs te> H. Lehman, Mrs, t. A' Oaeaf .\ rorhaod of WachUMr* Mn. Bleler. who with her par fraternity. He taught h111cal' \ ,
for Mia Pauline Davis, Mr*. Sam Davis Mrs.: A. and
afternoon
ton, a C., and UK Mildred For cut has been resident of Miami education was assistant coach ;
wttt become ate brideof V. Sr, Mr. GordVhi hey,
Catkin wM Phillip
hand ef Miami.Et.ItttAft for several yean, la a graduate of at Miami High School for three ._
Wm. 1. BrMley., Jf, Id Septen** Mr* deo. W. Turner, Mni. D I the University of Michigan and year prior to coming to Homesteao f
bef The shower was given al 1M H. Sloll, Mr*. If. W. Humphries, i drrlcEM a member ol Delta Zeta Sorority. .
Rome of Mrs &radle,'* mother. MIn Thelma Turner and Mines ARE INSTALLED Mr. and Mrs. Bleler are at homo sat
\V. .. Esther and Helen Livingston.ThoM i
Mr* M. Bradley, Bevllla. Mn. Cora belie drlnoW was Mr. Bleler came to Homestead 211 Hi W. l4tb street Home.
A short business meeting preceded sending lift were: Mrs.W. ;i installed rigHt tuptforttr j! td the about a month ago to become city .
the shower Mrs. 1. D. H. Bytes: Mrs Bob Harris, noble grand Of Liberty RebeMh I'I'.lead.
Redd won the mystery package. Mn. 1. W. English, Mrs. '1'. Ore I Mrs. TrtllaKennedy ANtI
lodge Monday night by MIL titled tUSHOR friendship. A price will be givenfor
Those present betide the hostess fanedec Mr*. W. B. Flower, MmGuMle
I ;! district deputy president, Hosts TO BRIDGE CLUB the best suggestion contained \
and honor guest Word: Mrs. Joiner, Mrs. Oi R Olden ,
assisted by MM. Marjorie Seattle", Mr. fend Mrs. D. X.: Basher entertained In 16 word: e* lend
E. L. Lawrence, Mrs. A. R. Living doff Mr. Harold Sheffield, Mrs. l marshal Mrs. Gertrude Itilchaywas
Mrs BessieBrady
the Wednesday Night Thom present were: I
ston, Mr*. Homer Davis, Mr*. Wm. Macomber, Mia Alice Maebmbet. -
r Installed .l left supporter to bridge club at their home In Goulds Mrs. Alice Walters, Mr.
Green Rive, Mn. :Redd, Mn. 3. Mid retells! Turnet, MM
the noble grand and Mn. Anna- this week. Ada Young, Mrs. Goldie Wolfe, j
A. Mn Annie Mildred Sullivan, Miss Marlon
Daugherty Butler.
: belle Brain, ai left supporter tb Mr. and Mrs. Donald Talbott Mrs Thelma Bedford Mm Helen
Mrs W B Caves, Mrs. E. E. Alt- Robertson and Misses Mary and
,the vice-grand.: and Mr. and Mni C. F. Hemming Bowden Mrs. France Coker, Mist I
man, Mrs. ,Wayne CalXlns, Mrs. H. Etolaa Bradfe?... of O. O. P,.
the chairman the L ton were '. Members present Mildred Smith, Mn. Florence PSHcettl
home eotnmlttea asked; members were: Mr. and 1\frl. Tom Chapman, hostess, and a junior, bliss
ANCE AT HOMESTEAD COUNTRY CLUB to bring roller towel for the home. Mr and Mrs. Chat. Cox Mr. and Nellie Mae Martin. !
I' > I Other members present were: Mn. Walter Talbott and Mr.: and Mrs Brady, Mrs. Walters, Mn. I
MARKS BIRTHDAY OF CARL DEOEN JR.
Mn. Goldie Wolfe, Mrs. Margaret MIlL Basher.FitntNDBIIlP. Fred Rhode and Mrs. Virginia- i
day Mrs. Thelma JUdford Mr*. : Edward worked on the Circle' I t tI
Mr. and Mn. Carl Deden gave Thomas, Mint fay Thomas Miami' Fiord Compton, Mrs. Maoris Jefnigan MEETING I quilt at the home of Mrs Edward
a dancing party at the Homestead! I Florence Godwin. Mlsi Melba'I Mrs. Maud Simmons, Mn PLANNED BY CIRCLEA Friday afternoon. I
Country Club Wednesday night ,Sever, Miss Vera Parker Miss Jessie Harper Mn. Gertrude Cap- friendship meeting to be held -
III honor of the birthday anniversary Phylll ParMan, kill DorothyCorti linger, Mrs Lochia, McCullan, in the clubhouse of the Woman's A Matter of Chafes '
of their ton Carl, Jr. Mist Elizabeth Caplinger, I Mrs. Nellie MulUni, Mrs. MollleWlngate Club of Homestead bn Sept. 11 Old Lady on Platfbtnil: "WhlcH
An Immense birthday cake wa MM Ethel Robert, 'Mis* Anne Harry Wolfe, Ctrl HJlch- was planned at a meeting of the ; platform tor tho Chicago train?",
a feature of the refreshmentcourse. Hartley, Cart! tfedea, John Fred I ey, John R. Brain and two Visitor Woodmen's Circle held at the home Porter: "Turn to the left and
rick, Bobby Civet, Francis tHrill, I Mr. and Mrs A. S. Hlckerson of Sfrs. Floretie Paeettl, its guard i yod'U: be rl bt."
Present were: Mr and Mrs.Ded- Rental toils, Bob cilaaubej:! Edwin taIL Each member I* requestedto I Old lady "Don't'be ImpertirvenV .
en Mr. and Mn. T. J. Harris, Mr. McOarfah. Claytort Lehman, Albert I TIM Junior Woman' Club bf !ill present and U bring a young marif -
and Mn. X. F. Brooker, Jr., Miss NIb Frank Basso, IlL Homestead W postponed to friend, slid each U aIM requestedtot I Porter: "All right, then Ton to .
Moeety Sever, MIn Hazel Pens R d<*. Idwln Lawrence, Robert Thursday Sept 11, the *6ct l bring ft tuggestiott .,OM real the I right and you'll '* teft"-.>K*.' !
nihgton. Miss Helen West, MM! Gauifch, Otha Hackler, Pierre meeting scheduled f6',Labot Day. r. -: ; ;;; ,
Dorothy Deden, Miss Evelyn: McDaniti and Gerald Walker. L'

The WiMnber of the #Presbyter: I II
CLA8I ENTtaTAtlftd Hedlahd"and Prfccllia Fried filet, lot Woman' AutlUaI'1' will bold I
At HOOK: HOME I Ruth Oodson, tecdttd, and teats aft alt day nWetiftg M fiept ll tel II
Mrs. willard ttfuli Mid Miss Little, third In Homestead acid tor the Pr bttetiaa trpharua
hazel Hook entertained the mettle Awards file best wart bites The meeting plate Mil not I
I' ben of the y* mg """'III" Sunday wet .won bjf Dorothy' Benfens, been ealeeted.

school class of the First Baptht first, Vlrflni Detane third tqeond, .._ ...,-- I
Church and Mr*. Howard and Mildred UwK, ,la Red-
Johnson. teacher of the class, at: land trail Julia France Sullivan The Calendar !
the Hook: horn *n South Krome i tint PrlffeiUa Fread. 114t'C1ftd. and /CAVE US THIS
Leola Little. third In Homestead t
avenue Wednesday afternoon.The POWDER
TOOTH ti
,!Sept! 4-Anterleert Lcgtbh Auxiliary i
others present were: Mr*.
I FORMULAl
BIRTHDAtf PICNIC : luncheon at home of Mn.
Alex Lanier, Mrs. Dexter Horne, I
IS GIVIN FOB THREt Win E. Rhency.jjftBept .
Howard Mr E L. 1 ri (
Mra Marcus Ass your aentlas about the
Hook Jr, Mn. Claude Campbell, A beach pwtya gfvn Sun* 10-Areme Club meeting prtpurationi we'" lacludcd I is s
.1 Mn Alvin Campbell, Mrs. R. .... day to celebrate three l birthday, at home of Mrs. Green Rive this formula sodium ;
., Walker and Mist Helen Pafford of those of Jeanett CipaotU, daughter Sept. 11-All day meeting of cklonde-sodium bk rbonW-- odium
Dublin, Ga. of Mr. and':MM* t3.. Campbell Presbyterian Woman's Auxiliary. Mrbortts and milk of migncniu Hc'B .

Joy Baby Peters daughter I Sept. 12-Social meeting of Junior led you Acre's noting letter than there lot wcth. Try Retail I
of Mn.Mildred Peters, and BillyBob Milk of Magnesia Tooth Powder tonight.
MRS. lETCmvORTH Woman's Club of Homestead.
Webb, ton of '1'. B. Webb. I
GIVES LUNCHEON i Sixteen were in the party: Mr. i Sept It--Meeting of Royal
{ 1\IIn. T. J. Letehwerth who now and Mn. Campbell, Mn. Peters, i Polnclana Grove, Woodmen' Cir- alb.
; lives In Miami entertained a group Mr. WebB, Geneva Fitzpatrick Of cle. MtlkofMagnesldTOOTH
yi of Homestead friends ate luncheon I. Miami, Jeanette and Annette and Sept. It-Meeting of Junior 250
,t party In the Royal Palm Club last Clifford Campbell, France, Mar- I Woman' Club of Homestead In POWDER

: Monday. I Jorlo Tarn, Jack and Billy Webb! clubhouse at I p. m.
\\ Her guest were Mr*. Clarence and Joy Baby and Sandy: Peters \ Sept It-Redland Home Demonstration -
Parman, Mrs. Frank Rauttnan,I Club meeting la Woman's -
Mrs. E. H. Hiner and Mr U*It MARJORIE FOOLS IS Club of the ;Redland at 9 30 '
Lehman SURPRISED ON BIRTlmA!' a.. m. .. ,0/1/ ,- I ,

Mrs. A. D..,Fogte gave a surprise Sept. U-Homestead Horn* 'Our : .
a; MISS NORTON GIVES birthday party Aug. 23 for her Demonstration meeting In Neva Try ;
LIST or 4-H WINNERS daughter, Marjorie, who had Just
King Cooper school at 1:30: p. nvSept .
Recent awards mwM to local returned from Aipmf' Camp atMentcmr ai-Princeton Horn Demonstration Delicious Home-Made
( 4-H Club girl for outstanding Al*. Club wetting with .
work were announced by Mia, After game had been played Mr A T. McVleket at 1:30.. ICE CRi1Ahl .
( Paniy Norton county home demonstration Mn. Fogle. assisted by Mrs. dm.Fogl .
: club agent to be M served ICs cream and tike

f fellow: The favor wen candy hmrt 45c Qt..
In best yard plan contest Red- The little guest were Marie OUHNEWEUGENE
land winners were: Alice Wysong. and Myr Jan Btmhor and Ardith -
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first; Lydia Vyhlen, second; Dorothy Phillip of Goulds Carl WAVE
Behrens, third. Homestead Joyce' Hobson tlttan.: tIrii and
winners were rem Robertson, John LM Andrews Ruby Bailey, MACHINE
:first; Lodge Bonner, second; and Reta and Helen Dent and: Shirley: i I
't Ruth Dodson, third. |nd Dorothy: Davl h equipped with vd sortie mtVM
The Redland winner for the beltj' 1 *block u burn safety cad 11M Dixie Drug
dote mad from Inner tube was Mr, and Mrs. Harry w"& ., Mr.i quality won aa Ibe faOowmf
:Esther Home, and the Homestead Marorkr B.attte, Mr*> GftnidCaplinger IItlelt
winner wa Eloise Ooasman. Mrs. Cora Belle Grift.
Your all
EUGENE: Re Store
Award for the best piece of old and Mr*. Thelma Kadford attended -
j' (smocking were given to Esther. ,the joint district abetting tkoqtic.VotJI

Home, first Naomi Horn, sec held win Palm Mebekafc Lodge Srl1tA.t.t'D1tlSINATIallltf. ar I;
aid, and Merle Mlwll,third,. to Nat to Miami Tuesday eY ''Mft.. ,t

$1M.sOWt.so,

Ovcrttat1 *f tMnty Pmriar
THBRMIQUE Rise Mir MtOWNIdi'sJkrkerSkf
Annie 'Mayhew Fitzpatrick
THE: iiRATRnuna METHOD or PERMANENT WAVINOCroqulgnole .

Spiral Combination--$l'a $6 $7SOAPLKSg ANDIesty ) Graduate Oberlin Couservatory and Royal

OIL IHAMPOCT StAND A-Vfl Anal MiSSAOir Conservatory Leipzig

SCALP MAoaAOB rACIAL MAMAODMAHIC17IUNO tsrler
FINGER WAVE*-my .tJ l* 14 J
PIANOFORTE AND THEOEt
K* Violin AMlMlt Lilt.
ParS Beauty: Parlor <"< ,

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.-Friday, August 30. 1906. Tins LEADER ENTERPRISE Pare Nine


Airf arias Over Florida ANNOUNCE DUCK Frost Forecasting STUDENT HELP

I' \ Begins in State In

ContinaMl Item Page riv.) HUNTING RULES Middle of November RULES GIVEN OUT !

Icon ""un hi... Miami, \'Iew.m flat expanses of saw grass, their Gainesville, Aug. It-A special \
the air or from u steamer, Inland. growth of bunched scrub oak
treat tarecanUng service for ft r- GsinosviB, Aug. M FNS) -
ntn a skyline of Ulllaive charm.I and hay their dreary cypress Tallahassee Aug. 29 With Ida, devised to forewarn growersto General regulations concerning Q

It rd the silhouetted palms its. ford to miss tile sight of It. For shooting dates on ducks, geeee and that they may begin operation financial aid tot needy college and ,>A \
rlii I skyscrapers suggest Man.n. 170 mite north It runs to the borderof brant tor Florida fixed by the federal for protecting their crop In Uses, university students to Florida during -
though Its morelv- enormous lake Okeeohete. It government at November aoDecemher -
will be inaugurated in the middle the college year of 1I13 -3t1
beauty stirs vague lunging for, Is a primitive hangover hem UM I II, Inclusive, interest of November and will continue were made public following the

reefs and turquoise skM, past almost an ftnat'hronpre I I centers In regulation for taking, to April, according to Information announcement of tile Appointment 1
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'..nosed yachts of hlternatloo1- crescendo bird Mtenafen service from W. R. University of Florida u state director -

'known. millionaire who br sea In aoattlon to the air. flee from Ill- The commission of com and Gregg chief of the weather bureau of the National Youth A4-
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Seaplane alike, travel over tilt amt to 8t. Petersburg, via the fresh water fish has been advisedof to WeJhlngton. ministration

ratline i bay waters to the nearer Kverglades.one Is planned from MIami the following, applying to the The new Florida service, made The regulation stipulate that
"lands and still farther away. Be- I to Tampa to pose 'the western species named and to dove, snipe, possible by a state and only noil-profit making iiwtltuUoni -
,.eon Miami and Cuba, lliiltl, PuerItl I shorts of Okeerhobee's" TOO square coot and rail: Only g shotgun and propriiUon of $10,000 of college or university character -

"'u, Nassau and Panama the sea mile of water. Alighting at one otTOB)0a no larger than a 10-guage shall be 000 will be similar to are eligible to participate In
shuttle. "I wish you could see used in taking them If the Cedllratap-I
neo> three airports one enters ; CUB have been in operation the program.
tie water off Nassau exulted t. lilt, blettAed. from Spanish andAmerica It automatic or a hand-tepealing nia, Washington, Fund to be United are to be

tiurlsl, "It Is the exact oolor of IIlu.IIIItterfll. 01et! >,l.ats dominating a shotgun it hall be plugged to a and southern Alabama. R. 8 Ellison used to pay itudeot for doing

..' winter ifemnuinltr outstanding In the commercial S-slwll capacity with I plug that formerly connected with too' socially: desirable work, including

About l.OOO Mites ot keys and activity of the South dine cannot be removed and It shall frost forecasting service In California t the tort customarily! done by students -

shorelines bordering Florida make Its earliest day when It was an Indian not be sawed ofTf no hooting allowed will be In charge of the working! their way through

a pne ot the moat unusual yeocraphMl village It baa continued to make before 7 *. m. or after 4 p. work In Florida. Five other forecaster college, such M clerical library
stadfca U America From historyThe raids of the pirate m.; no shooting of waterfowl or will forecast dally mini- and research.

>jar Keys, on the QuIt ot Mexico, Oasparina were too often staged dove over or around baited area, mum temperatures for the follow- The allotment at fund to each

>uns a stale ana I" miles across there, and In un Teddy Rooseveltand or ot waterfowl over live decoy; night In section assigned to them. college will be tl( per month lor

he upper curve of the cult to Pn- Leonard Wood surrounded by no shooting of any specie of migratory Many fruit and vegetable growers each U par cent of 1U total en-

*cola, touching only at Apalachicola! Cube-bound boy |a IIIIIr.... galled game bird from IV )moo in the citrus belt, Mr. Gregg rollment M of Oct a, U34.:
\\txiM midway of its flight. At Penjuola. from its port te squelch the 'Span- bites, motorboats, airplane slnk- out to I Student desiring to participate
points are equipped
record and legend are strongy lard and a little later they cam to box, power boat, sailboat, or any toot their orchard and fields pro mutt b* able to qualify one bull ,
Inurwoven. The 100 year old this city U become efts ef boat or craft towed by any of against destructive frosts and of need for such: assistance. Character -

|>rte on the beach have guarded the the r:1)a: : port of the these; nor may they be used for freezes and, with dependable local and ability to do college. work

growth e( Florida and the only country It not of th* entire world. concentrating, driving, rallying or warnings, they will be able to begin 'I must be shown Only student
loutbem tort held br the NorthernIn Into lie water eome the ships Bringing stirring up waterfowl; no shooting operation In time to prevent carrying at tout three fourth of
In the Civil War watch the a myriad wealth of Importations from I blind, boat or water craft parlous damage. the normal student program will
entrance The of any kind that 1* more than 100 be considered
or flying pen from foreign land; out they go loaded
magnet for the V. 8. Nary Is prosdual f with food products furniture, feel from the shore line, a* determined besides warning growers of I This program supervised! by Dr.

at the Peiuacola Naval Air machinery, the turpentine and lumber by ordinary high tide or by dangerous crop weather, the forecaster L. :K. Alderman, director ot education -

nation and as many M two hundred from Florida' pines, and the a continuous natural growth ol In Florida will check thermometers National Youth Administration

planes mar be whirring prhod atone phosphates natural to Florida Dolt vegetation above water level. Poe and equipment used it in extension of the
session has been reduced to In heating orchards, tell grower
a one federal-aid adminliteted
time. Flying straight acrossthe And over Tampa hang the aroma program
State from went to east, It Is it the tobacco leaf, for her too day bag limit which, on duck, 1* where to place thermometer and by the FERA.
10 in the heaters, and give other aid and advice
aggregate! geese and
itxnit 110 miles from Penuoola toocksonvllle olgar factorle turn out million ofcigar
and here at the mouth a day. brant, four in the aggregate; in protecting crop from frost I Sports Fans Follow

OC the north-running Ht. John River dove, 20; coot, 15; rail (which can The American Boy
To walk along- atJ'IorI4a beachIn be shot only In the salt marshes In WANT ADS PAY
the terminal for the We expressgoing the oaytlm I* to realise that tlf* gigs Cad awe ew of tab Nis who
: Florida), IS; Jacksnipe, IS. wish Mpruns ther Wn/s seek., their
down to Miami ltd I
gianes In the sun than be a glorious expert I I "" """'". _w em tiw. .r forward _
"titles south of "Jax" once At Coronado on the met Possession in Florida after the Preferred 1"... ..I.at...r shelr ....i write, rea enlist
season close 1* limited to five by ... e4 af the nMMil twmtiMt m, loss
\! Leaving New York In the morning tout where the Indian ,River appears sad pterxi *r nbwMMlie .. THE AMCR.
snow-drenched winter's day thetraveler qD'lt. day*. Transportation I* restricted ICAN HOT MculM end Jellwta IMport
if n ire high dune foreignto I
s 1 to license A Florida license millionsto 1 Inurrlm, and tlottrt Muriel tint
( steps nine hour later the usual Florida geography, LyIng eerfc MHrtfc."We .
is tequlred of all who hunt and appose ( WM b hick ........." MM fthuhouB
to the golden sunshine of the MI. high on the erest ot one of these. ,
those shooting migratory waterfowl mayonnaises _lItl.. Atanutan, "I red a
I\mll."dln. field. No traveler can .one, look. forward,..v.!:. the mighty track artlrb I. Yes AHF1UCAH POT
.JXlu>>t purchase In addition, iku nx je teat Imnest Ides ot
feu or
to be Iraprwwd bf tb. h.nn of Atantto where leaning wave pit*
a federal stamp costing '1. These / lea western style el high Jum.l.... At
1)ilani) and Miami Beach, and par one upon the other, whlt ilarly br the gar aspect of Coral and Joyous III 'motion.At may be bought at local poet office ran and eM4M H M I worked ..t ,Thai
eflmHwe I tonraeuj the iMfeM ol fTlimt
gables; from the air and ground Coronado one t* constantly faced thnr to.Ullt
Uenat mm te begin work the TN' sow Nor MO M tufa*
alike[ the suburb I* a flare of color. on
by relics of the pajrt. Here Is a of future vhomaWn* 'us t a*
el this richness ot color no matterextravagantly great shell mound which has yielded state project by July first. mt'rlr follow THE AHKKICANUwUMBOk IHIV
0" splashed Is never From my trip over IHorlda I gain This rear," means Orlflllk Men. CUIi.
: Indian skeletons and cooking pots; editor' "-der ...." writers. bans ass n the
rag It la too Important a not fit New Smyrna, Just beyond th* *d a tremendous MMseactloa. Far two nretrt r."bal1 deane PI 'M rouser,
the tropical rhythm. now I understand something if the Minnseta u. 1'...........,-,.,. IIn'
Sensuous bench, an old Spanish Mission 11_ live *e ,u..,, blacking' reckons. passing
,. lui behind the city, a. brief ten miles In beautiful ruin veiled by the wild splendid undertaking of the state, and Uw time wince tt pint They fceveInutvkwed
guided by McVuJlen and his men. jerk. Noting the _...'. tons
*
from the exotic and
glamorous.
>tray
crap via and the rock>lovlng ferns. M winner, see hit ...*. Bw p.urhtoes.
edlterranean landscaping, t b e to seeotnodate the airmen and make .
The blood of three conquering nations OOM U. Posters nigh bkMl { Wertilnslon -
ammoth hotels, the golf course, standing knee deep In sluggish wat fare P r OMIer* IntorarlMbHUt baalrbMil
has stained the pages of its nh.mi.km.. la Uw past they buns
s
gondola, and the gar beach hWory. The footprint ef Core- sr and tl'llllllwilli Spanish moes. fume gMrtaM followed Uu Orapefnl. chase of the
r ravels, stretch the still mysterious But It Is so definite an example of % RAFT major images la rlorUa, 1M on the IwiMael
and cia
nado Oeceola. Ponce Leon ,
., Uw atur. Bowl, mikt out the hieow
ache* of the Everglades. Amoiuswaying are lost In sand bat their Wraiths vlrgta America that one cannot of .".'.',, dire r., IoII.A__ ends, fusion
theIr flying safe. I had sea end keck'Wil W kvkrine their steer "f
h e saw gnus and the .., stilt dominate the Florida countryside. .R. :
hue to play the vaaela U. nuns wan u(
Florida from the earth. Now I
know
scrub hid the alllfator and the The medley. ef their Strange Aimrka."la .
' ter. the wild eat tile red deer thelacll If *: little from the air u well It I* ....1... te ew '1<11on, a tongues his blended into rhythmto j
Adirfenntdellclou kobh rational, sad vorallo
like combining two halve Into a *
: : bear the rattlesnake and the ikall
which Florida has kept deliberate at Mp, we assumes n Peelers"
ttonmoulh moccasin vanishing, of perfect whole. It I* like completingto flavor Time-hooond fro ..... w /r..se dbeir sans \a vary
bat perfect pace and I* primed forth "
111'1I8, as the Seminole who ha so course ahead. All over the full circle the arc of the rainbow. ; gradient of mayonn.lseand fl n.M af soon-.assrIpUs Ie.A" .
nl depended them for a liveI old-fcuhloned boiled CAN .ry, V480 Selie* Blv4. iMtratt
upon
slat .la a lacy luscloos Sensuous I and
MSrm
I IY'i. Mirk. KiicloM with pone sans -
i hood: vanishing, before the > delight In living but underneath the dressing, combined la anew II for a role _rill,...., II la*

garbing demands and stubborn ads apparent Indifference the unhurrrng ; 1 way. Try its three was reaM ta ink, a:rliii*M<.Mi H N eente ee *te jrtar a tundra tf f>u

n ,vance of the white' ...n. On s Ml-: | attitude of the people there I* I hddrss, o. sowaotandr, to a spr.
Son) golf course lucky swing of Usflwb a tenacity, i plucky penerveraac

bas won a professional golfer that ha battled against heavy odd!
IU.OOO. tn the Everglade a days and Is surely winning nut TThe

./Bartering with death may bring a building of this kingdom of the sun
, jralnol* a fraction of a dollar, for has beea a tremendous hear basaking

, snake skins average a market Talus tact, but gory that the laud has been

tt seven or eight cents a running wrested from wllderneea, the social Brooker Lumber Co. Inc.

1 '001. 1 life and culture supplanting the ,
Flying northwest towards Bt. PVfreburg store primitive life ef 'earpee....- !

I one looks down On acres, ,*," days the builders can lift their .
i
; lit tarnished saw gras undulating eyes fm earth and prepare for th* r* <., ; PHONE 62 ; '
I, |in the wind and mottled with light :r part In prosperity that. win be play .,

and cloud shadow. From the long ed through the medium of wings, '
CanaW rise hundreds of marsh hints: Mesa M tkee Word are ...It"' .. t : ,

stud ducks, heron, the egret and ...... from McMallea owned telling 1

,even the snowy Ibis with .Mok-U. ef federal t,B*-. l for eseeedltBre ,' ., Everything for the1
bed wings. Barren ground, are 1 positing further development of the ".
these Everglades, desolate In their I airway: and enabling 1000 add- '

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t tun* I have reached the PanUlo' : aJ
!, Panama K po /HI.n, Md It I* .wa '
greater than I expected. u I hade
figured that on account ut the war
I In Kumpt' then would tie very few
1! foreign exhibit but found a great
number of ,I 'Welcome ;; :
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'1 -." Ut there tie tight' At the ;:: :: : :
+A $ election .. Wednesday to: determine i
i whether the town of Homestead "
I should have a municipal' electric
light plant the vote stood M follow: .
for the plant 14; against, I '<' 1
-+'H. B. Bch.Uern I* In Jacksonville
on total business this wwk."
--"B. t. Uwikln et the Florida City everyone's' I

t .title fflf* on wu\V a cellar dn dar".t the EnterprlM There has been a time in almost

I family_' Or.weN Tower seen and motoring h'> Interesting to Florida life when he didn't know where to buy certain \

City on Tuesday to lake a swim In .a

l'4' -"W.the canal"understand Mr and Mr things-where to get certain articles of dependable

Horrl have ordered and are
await.4,
ing th* arrival of a fine merchandise and reliable workmanship.
g.roar. fiv.passen.1 .
; --MM. L B Anderson called on
i Mm Hush Monday afternoon" j I
-"Th* reception given by the Worn-'
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clubhouse lo the oIubM In the nelgh-J
+ boring town, on the llth. wag a
complete *iw"M In every plU'uo..1
lar The road In front of the tarU>|
ll:ntly lighted clubhouse wa lined j' YOU WOULD HAVEVELCOMED
with automobllea motor truck] w
motorcycles and bicycle. It was l
a Jolly crowd bent on having a good
time and they had It. Itepteaenta.
'i' AN ADVERTISEMENT EX-
lives w."t Iron a* far north \ .1 : .
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and one man," ,J ':' *:r, PlAINING' EVERYTHINGAn "
"tfohool In the Murrary dtatrlotto ] r.h: .
now open with Mr. Russell *4
teacher, and with SI pupil In attendance
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John a dozen shifted?" uneenily. "I know have certain merchandise, and naturally they

ma'am, but I hat to tell"
4N11."Pl..".. five tu' the answer, I want to buy where they can buy best.

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' rcrhe Churchl henna LEGAL*f A NOTICES: ft* Y>..4 ADS
= CLASSIFIED
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tk. Jill Ortirint darof Auturt hi mr.vfli A. D.*. INS and.........nud flMMM RATE: first insertion 10e a line; subwawmt maerUtxw 4

----- -- applfcitlon for tu bad to low igloo- inaMardaaM \ a UM .
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wttk law M CoMtffeMii h
j ( BAPTIST Redland Community Church > m
4 brass la* following dMfHd ,
: I:H. estes4-The Rev C. N. the Rev M. A Soper, pastor Sun- ins Dad COMW, ,= sown vMnmyattuatod

i 1Hw', Ptor Sunday school atm day school at 10: preaching at II 4.Lot A Hubdn*kx fill* t agate, rte''... ."ft he u. FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS

j NJ, a. Preaching *t 11 a. m.IndIP.no.B.Y.P.V.at7p.m.. Church night, Thursday at 7:JO. County 01 tmd0. pats of r7.rkla.. RWAIRIMo"W
.. FOR apt with
RENT-UptUtrS WATCH
at said RELIABLE
: ; Sept. I -Sermon topic at U MWafteloonvat =X.::: '
tilted O bath, privilege ot garage. Mrs.S. H. Woods, McCrory Arcade.
I Sprayer services Wednesday at 4.Goulds.The a, ....: "A Rainbow Somas,.* of Uak_. Unions said CorttrlMt shall l'' VL Fitch Kino's Highway U ,
Rev. Noah Peter- bet d.entsd awarding to low. Ian deed will ,
: .ban tkrM .. tk and dnr of Ontoknr A.I mile east of Krome Ave. PIANO TUNING and repairing.
, lon, pastor. Sunday school at 10 METHODIST EPISCOPAL, D. 1MI.Dal .
ft. preaching at 11 a. ra. and SOUTH .too this tttn day of Aetna. A. D. U'"' LAND Good used piano for sate cheap
i m; SCARIFIED PINE tot
C.: I tKATHICIUIAN.: Clark ol CMjtuft
III N. W. Srd St
B;$0 p. tn.; B. Y. P. U. at 110; Po m. Churcb-Roma-I dim. Dad* CountFV* for rent. Fred Link, Homestead W. X Coon.

*pry r service at 7.:JO p m. Wed- White Stone CIr<. Cart ay Son C. StomU D C. I (P* 0)
stead the Rev A. A. Koestline white wait
iaetd81' ; lAu*. 10; Snt. a. 1$, .0. Itl HEMSTITCHING you
pastor Sunday school at 930: a. 10 acres of scarified pine land to Singer! sowing machine and re

CATHOLIC m., preaching at 11 a. m. and I Naka wi Apelkatka ter Tau hi rent for tomato crop. H. A. Cam pairs. Mr*. Win H. Booth,

p. m. Junior League at J:30 pm. All Native 1. L. goal U ktr.br holders tin.>*Hiinwt that i, of t,Sate mt eron. (al<-90) across from F. E. C. station.

Church of the Sacred Heart ., Hi League at 9:49 p. m.; Senior and Conner Tu CtrHftMM Neab.M

C Second avenue, Homestead; League at'30 p. m. Prayer meetIng -, 71161 .ad. D.7IM IOU.,.."..M. flM UM UI4 Itk Orrtlflomm tn of AUM.A FOR RENT-Store at 99 KromeAw REAL ESTATE

the Rev Alfred McDonald, pattor at I p. m. Wednesday m .!/f W. sad luv ...... rrllMrthMilor Large room in back. Running
tu M b> too* Humw In wwinl_
Sunday mass at 9 a, m.; week day Sept. Morning meatafel i with, ."" SuM CcnifleMw. .sk!... UK water. See Mrs Eva Cob REAL ESTATE-Those who want
truss at 7:49 daily Sunday school "The World Made Fleth"t followsdsarlb4 too-Pert. aftnetd to line
evening Redland District
Dad County ...., 1a.i1 t to buy or fell
Saturday at 8 a. m. Sunday school message "The PhUlpplaji Lot I. Block S. Now Sllw Crest a FOR RENT Furnished apart- real estate will find up-to-date
iundiy following 9 I o'clock maainmunlon Letter". X .ubda. Plat Book IT. Pan 4, M Uw -
i Conan of I>nd>. auto 4 Flarldn/ M ankrnc4 ments. Dr. J. B. Tower, Homestead listings In our office Many of
f for women the first Sept. 4-A study la the gospelof In Cmrfimla No. 71161. The aa.Cwtlflola Fla. these listings are still at subnormal
tdiy of month; for men and John at I p. m. w.m.et of Oaks ""' ..... ......e w said ,
leaned ... la the same of A. prices We shall appre-
f', the second Sunday of month. E. W.lb........ FOR RENT-Five to 20 acres pine ciate either inquiries or
jy hour frat! Friday of month Silver Palm Community Church Lot i. Block t Now silver event A land for tomatoes and vege your
all of which will
ItMukdn. Plat Book IT"Pan 4. .In tk. your listings,
at 7:43 p. m. Man first Friday at -the Rev U. G Cowan, pastor. Cant of=, Stat of Florida, !M anb.od tables. T. J. Letchworb 2930 have our best-attention. Now i*
Benediction of the school at 10a. i In fOnt, No. ttial Tk* n*.
7:30: a. m. Sunday every Sunday nwmcnt of now smeary easier "'". ald South Miami Ave., Miami. the time to buy B. W. Morris,
Bleared Sacrament after mass. m.; preaching services on first, Cntlttau ....... wan tn tk* MUM of A. (a23-s6)) now associated with H. A. Cameron -

the third and fifth Sunday at 11 a. E." WdbrookUnhm N. W. Lot St.. In Citizen
Tim first Friday of month Mid C.rtlflntM .halt fc* woMnwdocordlns :
during summer, man till be. m. and 8 p. m.: to law t*. dead will long tII_. I FOR SALE Sank Bldg Phone 72.
an tk* bid dar Otto A. D. IMtDntod ...
;]celebrated at 7:49 a. nv, TheHoly METHODIST FREE this inh day: ft Aiwnt. A: IX IMSK CERTIFIED MARGLOBE: TOMATO -
:, B. LCATHFKMAN: Cork of Clr.
Hour will be discontinued ACREAGE AND GR01'ESCHARLES
ono Omirt, Niunt,. narlda. 1 PLANTS. Make reserva-
,:until October Florida City-the Rev. Edith Week C,,nut*lat.Ault. : :Dom.a t w u. D c.Norir tions now. Plants ready for I. BROOKS specializesIn

Tamblyn, pastor. Sunday school, ( 60: IopI t. IL 14. IT) planting next week. Finest] off Redlands properties
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 230; p. m.; preaching 3:30: and 1 seed beds Jay Simons, Silver Purchasers are In MIAMI so

p. 1ft.; Young '.peoples meeting, of AanHcatlo for Tan D, d Palm and Richard road. list with a broker you know to
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[ Florida City-Broadway and .
Notion la knvkr sierra that bin and MMChM .
Sixth Sunday school at 7:19,Junior meeting 3:30: Tuesday; A. Tnik kuldw M oMiwiM of stay: a30-s3) be a REDLANDS BOOSTER.Send
street prayer meeting 7 19 p. m. Thursday of HiahKh. Tat CorttflntM Numb.r.,1 MldaUd your Listing, with legal
1:49 a, m. for pupils under 20 yearsOf the auk day of Awutt A. D. :ltd FOR SALE Rebuilt Fordwm description of land price terms
service at 11 ku filed Mid Certificate In my gift' SDIby
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age; morning mad appttoatioa for ton dead to km Tractor with complete'" NEW etc. Send postal and I will call;
5'cloclfc.. Wednesday evening'ser- Itanon la anordano* wltk Inw Said
which Include testimonials PENTECOSTAL Cortfflcat mtpmnai fAa followlnc. drrltwd .. engine assembly 4279 Redland or give full Information to J. R.
7tlees popw. mjtuntod. In D.4 ""Count. Motors, Inc Phone 21. (Dick) Brooks, Homratead.
lot healing and experiences and re- Goulds-Rev C C Hansberger rt.r/da, a.waa (a9Q-s20) CHARLES I. BROOKS
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Science a Lrt SO Block S H! l k MdHloo
Christian
marks on p. pastor Sunday school at 945; ; In the" City of Hlnlnk Can't, .fDad. 128 N. E. First St. Miami
[m The public ii cordially invited preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 .. Rut of Florida.Tk. FOR SALE CHEAP-Boy's bicycle with South Atlantic Mortgage! Co.I .
ittend.i aMOMmtnt of Mid pronrtv nndr anti rifle Mrs. J. H.
air
f>tp m.; Young people,meeting at 6:P'I the sold Ortlf kaM toted wan In tk* nanMoS
i i p. m.; Ladies'' prayer circle, Unknown Ualan Hid Ortlf loata ikallM I Fulwood, Horn spts. (pa30)) WANT TO BUY tor cash good
CHURCH OF CHRIST ndoomd aorardlM to law. tai dod
day at 2:30 p> m. Mid-week prayer win IMM Uimon on tn HU day of .*.. FOR SAL -A non-resident used Fordnon tractor. Phone

I nom tead First avenue and servlce'Thursday at 7;30 p. m. tomb".thin Hat InSI!Oar of Awmat,.4. D. I wishes to sell 9-room cottage on 2-1729, W R. Watts 129 N C.

W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunton, Camp meeting lasts till Sept lots. lot 189X41 feet Must be cash First street, MiamI. _
K a, LKATBrRMAM: : ClarkCit.
minister. Bible study at 10 a. m; L cult Court. 1>.... Count,. ftorMa.Br .1 deal. Deed and abstract fur-

communion, fellowship and !.M 0 Stomtt, II 0.Circuit nished. Call at Fredrlcks' Shoe WANT ADS PAY
Court SM
[preaching at 11 a. m.; preaching at PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Una-. 18. III' pVl>t- t. IS tot Shop, Homesteadaltit) I

1:30: p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday avenue tat
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Homestea4Krom NotlM of AaalkwilM for Dad WANTED-The Leader-
RAGS
at 7:30 p. m. school sloe tt h.r W ilwu, that l.t <'Ram-
N. 11th street Sunday at .ken hobtor M aatlmM of But and Count Enterprise wlU.swap classified
10 a. m:; preaching at U a. m. Tai Certificate Ntinkorod Otis dated the advertising or subscriptions tor
! ,h CHURCH OF GOD Ird day of Awual A D Mi. kM filed NEVERBEFORE
SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE OF wM Ortlflcat/ In ." enter and KMawd. wiping rags la a pound allowed -
If Homestead Od N. W. First applk.tlon for tan don1 to Maw for clean rags, white or colored .
TRUTH tlMnon In aceordane. with c law Said
f avenue; Fev Geo Lorton, pastor rtlflcato .mkraoia, th* followers do Knit underwear preferred

[Sunday school at 11:45: a. m., Homestead-branch of Miami MTlMd croportgr. nltuatad ta Dade CountirFlorida. .
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[preaching at U a. m. and 730; p. Spiritualist Temple of Truth in Set.t Hrwl TVS n NI'I: of tat.rsatle: ofnrnlKI FIVE ACRES rock land for rent. SUCH A

Senior COO. Society 9:80 p. Woman Club 410 N. W. Eighth INLine of1.R.C.s/wsada.Line: of O. H. Rltch (pa30)
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SW\4 of tiwl(, w 47 w MI. II lilt SHAVING BLADE
III.; Intermediate C. O O S. in avenue. MMIS Bible class and It M 1d.tsoNI..t as Rn.fof: SMOOTH
| 30! m. Mid-week at 7 19. awl( of BWI. I. .kaa sold Ii Mae toAW LEGAL NOTICES
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parsonage p. lyceum p.
peoples
young .
s 44 des. W 0. 6. .t this low prlcil
'prayer service at 7:30 p m. Wed- 111.; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobson and all eau, of'ri'n, w'Y of Line ,*- mar .r hn. In dm County of

|,i Y/esday. at 749: ; lecture and messages at )C.IQ or.In.n4 a--tin 11, Tewanbly 041 state tt Florida.Tk I

I p m. by the Rev Sada Hobgon H tu*: State S6 lUut, eunrnlnlni 14.1 *CortlflraM uMMiMnt lMUi i* -= M pnnrty Ih* nnnw nubrMid ifUaarnoitt .

"? CHURCH OF THE'NAZAKENE Q.......... to. I.nta. Mid r,.rtlfleal ,
COMMUNITY MEN'S BIBLE shell" IM redeemed *, Homestead The Rev. CLASS u< thereon" m the MIN 1
t Howard
day of 1Iop'A.. B. IMS.I .
\ Eckel, pastor Sunday7 school at Ei3 ,, >nta4 this OUR day oAmnMt.. X DIM I
White Stone M E. Church building *
at 11 '
,.n a. m.; preaching a. m. 01..1
E. B LEATKKBMAN CWi of
f nd 7:SO p. m; N. Y. P. S. and -Sunday at 9:49 a. m. Non- !it Court, Dndi r,untyBr.M dw.C1104:11
Juniors meeting at 830 p. m. denomlnatlonaL International C. aurrwttU D, ".
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Court east.0Aug.
Prayer meeting Wednesday even- tons used Those not attending JI, 300 ....to L II. .01 I y
jug 7.20.; other Sunday schools cordially in* Buy handkerchiefs i 1
tiled. Uw reran Coot dtea Ilonnlb 3.
Princeton-3. II Benson pastor what It saves dtdal (Innlt ol '10..... In and For,
(,Sunday school at 9:45; preaching NONDENOMINATIONALPRAYER with Do*. c...,,. In. CkiwnIa MseLlewNO .
itolAdontlnn / 1>"
i it 10:43 a. m and 7:34 P, m.Juniol' SERVICE abut.Mrsoa..ot.p. ir. kr WITS II' 1oI1A1'l' (MM 10 f* 2Sc
i at 6 30 de.aaw lan..a To"PONS,Sala by Saba..d ':
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meeting ; young 25 fe.
a.M a SIA Nag %.,...
and service t.m.._w"a. a saw of Inl.ntlM n Adapt Ck.nlKOTIIB
i people meeting at 1:30. Prayer Bible study prayer bona".pews.--o-Is- II .kwokr glvaa l UiM UM unialrmd ...
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f,meeting Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. Conducted by theILev. H. E. Bergof San II rov stun N "of_fddg..N.Y will (II* bn fttltkin MM Clf
Miami at home of Mrs. C. L ow .y goons rte saga ekb am oviy" .. auk. Mart In and for doc Loantgr. FlurUaat .

:'1 EPISCOPAL: GauR every Friday at 3 p /TO- _. we sai.IT a egpde.b. io.k.a rap tf in of .rearm..lock. A;l t. Monday 1KU, lot UM an Order ISM Q.Q
now c:. pgemst/aa bee to adooi ai kr own rklld. "G'I.Durla
St JohB't-309 S. Krome avenue Simple an Infant .bay know, a* DoMaw ..... / Q the Paso few
LISTERINETOOTH le.
Homestead. Minister in Bookkeeper: "How shall I book, "noon. EDITH ... CT.AFLIK.W / ,,. 'r--el-"r.I've hM dde.a...

charge, the Rv Edgar W. Wll- the amount with. which the cashier PASTE 1 N.ttoaal Slower 1 AUoraw bank Boililir to. FHtlartrrt IMnil linlAua tow. ............. ruse

cock; lay reader, Joseph Gauzens absconded?" I SS, K. M... 4. II) a bisd.o-my hosed s.Poe'

i Second Sunday each month corporate Chief: "Put It down to -Running tag __old.ska.dr .

communion for month, holy Expense'."--Ex. 25c mhp of wy pA
Edward Stiling book Now Pt"kw
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Communion 8 a. m. Sunday .
Jr. spin brought
fit >;49 each Sunday. Church par* Real Estate """ drvmg teesba.ofxM

View last Sunday each month. I ... me.g.g.g .

EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN I Deming Pumps and
i Fatal At, aM" "
t.t_ life
I St. John's -Redland, the All Sizes and TypesCan /' the Peeve .1. Winning .

Ceo M. Poth, pastor. 1..-I1tJ 01 PMok Jr.Tqi
School each Sunday at 10 a.&V'I' raw nwformlf' Left M4imootk

English Service on first now be purchased through the payment pU> la ajneaaliup NEWT G. BALL 'ihatliic{ heatCeePnb.bh.rwpeet

each month at 1 V.'m. and ;. of .
to IStei .B one piece property.AEROMOTOR tokary ....b114ntUIIl1ffluu.lICCIC norm dcaWf1!-a ,*.

\l service on third Sunday' at I P'I WINDMILLS. In all sfws MB new be per ACID Arable Value. M at
1m. c...r..r only ttt eaa
chased en UM floss payment plan'threuib'the Federal Housing I'TOIIEB UNICII spatial of package eI

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-the Rev M A.. Soper, pastorjSundajr .
school M 1:30 a. m.;: SmithINSURANCE .nPRaBAK

i I a cMn4 at 10 a jn. and T SO p. R. H. MAGRUDER

P Church night Wednesday.. at: PHONE BATTIEW $JI or BATVIEW "-& war SO
t30: FIRS AVIO STORM AND LIFBPhom a aa
"A Coconut Grove Florida I ] 4.-MOfffee Terri +uu .
Sept 1-T.\ U at 10 L m: are.arva.
\"BUhkbow Sermon"t at 1:Ss "Piet i iI I at howl N. KrotM and Ilk st oTkee M.nrs.rsaw6ru

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Pan Twelve THE LEADER NTERPRtSE Friday, August 8ft 198&

Pastor Slakes 45 Talks responding secretary, and Mr. totutt rues
MAYOR POLICE GOAT CLUB GOES Matthews la treasurer T.attract and kiD diet, one of
During His Vacation
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Four new member wen toted the best solutions la teaspoonful
FIXED BOLITA AGAINST MILKPASTEURIZATION into the club. 01 40 pet cent formaldehyde end
1 She Bev. M. A. Super pastor otOw After Adjournment of the business water placed in a teacupful of
community cttovthee la Red- session the'members viewed mutt pasta of milk and water. It
' PAIR ASSURED land and Florida. City, and Mr*. the MatfceweHiera tl Sawena and should be put out, of reach of all
) f Soper bare returned from a MX- Nublana. and surprise refresh children and pets.
week trip to New York communities -
> menta were served by the member
ConUBtMd Fran Pap One) where Mr Soper bad served TN Tropical Goat Club et Florida *from Miami and Coral Gable
i the police eourt he assured Ttnaky ae pastor for S3 yearn Mt. S pet which met la homestead Aug. who know that Mr*. Matthew
and Coed that they would aU be tilled 4S speaking engagements IS at hOme of Mr. and 14.... 8, P.Mettb.wa ha* been confined to her bed the
: f out*f thef.1 amen a*Mayor Bird while,they JO, were tons and Mra. went on record M *Doming past Month. VADI
'I' heard bout the situation. The Soper uw paateurUatlon of milk Those present included Mr. and
,!} polite chit put the telephone at They conducted leaderlMptrtlnlnj a* this prom preelpatee the minerals Mm. J. A. Maechet and children E
their disposal but a talk with schools tor Sunday school that art I valuable part of Mr and Mr C. Bi Ingenoll and
I the mayor only left them right. workers In B11Iihan\ fon, W IIi.' goat milk. ton, Mr. and Mrt Gibson,Mr and
when they were. burg and Sherburne.and Mr. Sop- Mr*. Itrmrnel. Mr. M R. Ball Mr
1 addressed the Ontario BibleConference The club, a recent organization,
a .
Attorney Bowman declined to : Carleton, and Mr. mid Mr* lT ., at fair Haven and theBible hat several members la this fac
Und until themayor and children, aU of Miami, Dr.
put Wood on the I
conference at tion. Mi* J. A. Maechor of Miami
Blnghampton II and Mr*. Edgar\: Beam and
i ;.1 laid h* would like to quet-
Bible School which he who woo second place to I
formerlytaught
children of take Worth Mrs.
ties I him, anyway,about the poker recent national milk scoring contest ; .
game and the fixing. Wood then theology. H. O Burt and Mr J. H. Hurt of
,ia president,lira C. R.Inger-
I testified that he bad not seen Ut.I Since)the btilunan house In Red-' Fort Lauderdale; Mr. and Mrs.
I GeneralPubUe
tan e* Miami I* recording secretory -
: In poker some or talkedto land,, which is I to be used ai a SeaUnder and chlMrert of Coral
Mr* Gibson of Miami I*corThey -
him about protection.At parsonage will not be availabletot Gable. and Mrs. a p, HarloteM,
-
-- -
; the jail Friday night Wood a low week, Mr. and Mrt.1 Mr*, r. M Sprague, Mil Annabel Utilities
made bond but It wa not until Soper are' living in the J. L Ballard were guests of the Ret and MacCulIu, Mr C H Woodburyand
j the following morning that Tinaley house while Mr. and Mn. Mrs Gea t: Deuel tor five day I I, the boat and hasten from Red. tiedraetead Phs.e ii0-L
I and Good were able to furnish Ballard are In North Carolina.: after their return. land and Homeatead.
baiL At the trial Tlniley pleadedfor
the court to how mercy to BE'EFSteaks
Good*. declaring that h* "jiut I ANY CUT GEORGIA SUGAR CREEK
cam along" and had no part In
the "threwing*".
dSaturday ButterIttd&
Absence of Inspectors
Means Chaos for Citrus of Roll

lb. ..........I.'c
ODfittatMd from Page One -ate
MOM
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If they proceeded: to dump, he
aid. GEORGIA CHUCK
Under state inspection,Mf.Carter -
aid, each shipping group Beef Roast Daisy :
could ahead and two
go ship or
three can at interval M the fruit Specials i
J matured, but a* It I II now there I* lb.-a-ae.40..I6C Cheese:
1 nothing to prevent their shipping
20 can at a time of green fruit Flour PILLSBURTSSnowdrift $:1..'

Nathan Commissioner Maya advised of Agriculture local hip- PORK lb.-..---- 21c :

pert that with Ute old citrus law
repealed and the new one not yet Shoulderlb.ar.r.amas.23c
:
act up.then WM nothing h*could BULK i C&POUNDLARD
d*to provide Inspection. Governor cu' 54c
SholU I*taking a vacation to Europe
without having made provision ,
for the new citrus communion wttip. NEW COBBLERS 10 lbs,
-

Sliced lireakfaktBacon Potatoes 14cN. lib. -- -l4C; :

ATTENTION :

TOMATO FARMERS B. C. Co.:. 2 packages CENTER CUT


lb. ...oo Of r oo..r SfC :Shredded Wheat ZSc HAMPerslicet:9c

j .
r
GEORGIA BEEF I I Fancy Grain ft Ib*. taU can
we LATE A RICE------25c Pork & Beans. 5e :


Fresh Stockof Rib Stew Meal or ftlbc. Pink tall can
'
GRITS---- 18c SALMON--- FRESH

+ Seed lb. ......... :11C 2 can Hog Jowl
I.No.2 Cans cans Target }

GUCKY MARflLOBK FRESH Tomatoes15c Corned Beef 15c !
lb.ar.lSCFRESH
Guc.'I WANES Torpaahh'1C1tlahlhtosslt I ;
MAXWELL HOUSE: I
: ."MLODLn1NGft01C i HAMBURGERi SUGAR ;

GLOBE CLOTH BAGCOFFEE I GROUND '

t UTJN08TON VROLOBB --aseISC 10 lbs -- e- 54c! I SAUSAGE MEAT

5 lb.pkg.---..28c Ib.-- ---- ..28c1Baby

Hector i Calf Liver -Me ;
SupttlyC..y Lima Beans, sibs.lfc ib.- -- -- -


: a. ...........ate RIPS i
CRACKERS 6 ,get 3Sc

Homestead FU YELLOWOnions: Bananasalbs..13C
,
Com Flaked sit:l ca'gles :Ifc



Let Us Blackberries N*.p t o cwK, :r.ec

3B ....**SC WHITE SEEDLESSGrapes
s. a Bartlett Sunburst can
RejiLvenateYear 2>> Octagon 10 am.barsPEARS17e

SOAP -- 23c
Car GOLD COINMILK
Soar Pitted 2 No.2 cam Palmolive 4 ban

Wo Work : CHERRIES 25c SOAP 19cEnldWt ----.25c ;

Signs, Fender Repairs : tall 57C 3 No.2 cans Octagon S raIUIPEAS25c .
10
Tops and Trimming cads- CLEANBn12c WAG

Seat Coven
G6LMN 'If a r UBBTS ,
PaIMktcArt' I FREE t II Cup or Swctr withChurngoldt.Sl.c DogFoodOnly

MILKWtaHcansffC
: Only
hilt Sftop 1-

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